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THE 

BALTIMORE DIRECTORY 

FOR 1799 , 
CONTAINING 

THE NAMES f OCCUPATIONS, AND PLACES OF ABOpI 
Of THE CITIZENS, ARRANGED IN ALPHA- 

BETltAL ORDER i ALSO , 

A REGISTER, 

Qf 'Hve, E*CCMfc"cv«, f Lcacdk**<A>e, a.*\di Judical }v<aAi,lt^<L^ c| fivt 
WITH 

AN ACCURATE TABLE: 
Or* "tke Dultco orv Goods ^W^^^tvurt Me^dvuvdue*) 

TOGETHER WITH 

A GENERAL. ABSTRACT 

FROM THE. REVENUE. LAWS 

Cw<4tq*«e*J ef (Jcedi — 0f Gffi'cerj cf Htx, £c^/p7»kj— • Of Tixy~ 
»hch4 of ftuirUj, c&C, AhcC tie fifrttc c£ B'nt'^u at 4^6- 
Cu.4.4o*tt -Hiide **v tie JhtfMrrfifttCo* rf Cccdj . 

TO AU WHICH ARK ADDED. 

AN AocoLfrtfc o\ ike. P«4.t- 0fftc<2 E'stalj/.u4k^vt'»vt-TK^ Bct^tci 
TaXotu <rj- Menace JL. c. ^i{U. cua, AifkJodltai Livt 



PRINTED FOR THE EDITOR, BY 
WARNER (JcHANNA, No.2.N©rtk-Gay it r o& >- iJ9$. 



- THE 

BALTIMORE DIRECTORY. 



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Bradley 1 Helen, Franklins lane. 

Brady John, carter, Duke ft. Old-town 

Brady John, cooler, Fayette ft. do. 

Brady John, butcher, Briton ft. do. 

Brady Chriftopher, cordwainer, Second ft. 

Brady Sylvefter, rigger, 57, Strawberry alley, Fell ? s Tuinf. 

Bradiih John, merchant, 9, Pratt ft. 

Branfon Win. hatter, 131, Baltimore ft. 

Bianfon Miclil. brafs founder, 146, ditto. 

Brafs Adam, Front ft. Old-town. 

Brevitt John, dry good ftore, 226, Fait. ft. 

Ereaft Clameit, hatter, 50, Light ft. 

Erevitt J. man' midwife, I aft ft. 

Brewer John, plaifterer, back of Howard ft. 

Brice John, cuftom horde officer, Jones ft. OlJ-tovn, 

Brindle Frederick, grocer, 46, N.Howard ft. 

P.riggs John, fea dapt. Happy alley, Fell's Point. 

Brietendor Adam, baker, 33, ! ; on:i ft. ditto 

Braining P. G. Conftable, 77, water ft. 

Broom James, labourer, 19, AliiTanna, ft. Fell's Point* 

Bromwell Win. fan maker, Front ft. Old-.town. 

Broom John, conier, Pitt ft. 32. 

Brown Sarah, feamftrefs, Front ft. Old-town. 

Brown Jeffe, taylor, Gran by ft. 

Brown Jamrs, potter, corner of Granby and Queen ft.iecfs, 

frown Dixcn, foipesFpenUfj Pi.il^cits ft. 1% FJl's Foiafc 

Brown William, taylor, Fells ft. 15, do. 

Brown John, rigger, 48, Argyile ft. do. 

Brown Nath. boat builder, 43, Alifanna ft. do. 

Brown John, rigger, 58, Wilke ft. do. 

Brown George, phyfician, N. Gay ft. 

Brown Henry, tobacconift, 164, Baltimore ft. 

Brown Aquila, merchant, 274, do. 

Brown George, inn-keeper, 64, N. Howard ft. 

Brown John, border, 13, South ft. 

Brown William, taylor, 51, do. 

Brown Mathew," 12, ditto. 

Frown James, oyfter man, N. Frederick ft. 

Brown Samuel, profeflbr of languages, New Church ft, 

) rowri Peter, hair drefler, 15, Water ft. 

Brown Jacob, taylor, Lexington ft. 

Brown J .ftice, Chatham ft. 

Frown Samuel, teacher of youth, Dutch alley. 

Brown Valenti e, tallow chandler, Sharp ft. 

B. own John, potter, L' ridge it Old- town. 



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Prown, Eider & Co. flour merchants. 
Brown & Houlton, goldfmiths, 122, Baltimore ft. 
Brooks Ifaac & Co. merchants, 8, county wharf. 
Broome, Fonlk & Co. Dry good flore, 182, Baltimore ft. 
BruhT & Chambers, fhip chandlers, Thames ft. Fells Point. 

— Rope ftore y t8, Cheapfide. 

Brunt Jacob, cedar cooper, Saratoga ft. 
Brunclot , dancing mafter, rr; Canawagoft. 

Brutton Carlina, grocery, fecond ft. 
Bryden James, fountain inn, 3, Light lane, 
Bryant Manfel,fan maker, 78, Charles ft. 
Bryfon John, brick layer, N. Green ft. Old-town. 
Bryar Emanual, fan maker, Pratt ft. 
Brynan Edward, dodtor, 87, Bond ft. F^ Point. 
Buchanan Jas. merchant, 9 Charles ft. 
Buchanan & H. Courtnay, 200, Baltimore ft. 
Buchanan Geo. 196, Baltimore ft. 
Buchanan William, 44, S. Gay ft. 
Buchanan A. & C. fugar refiners, 12, Gay ft. 
Buchanan, S-ear & Co. 8, N. Gay ft. 
Buchanan Elias, cordwainer, Green ft. Old-town. 
Buchanan & Heflip, do. 44, Baltimore ft. 
Buckingham Thos. inn keeper, 34, Light ft. 
Buck GranSy, do. 60, Bond ft. F. Point. 
Buck Jofhua, butcher, Carlifle ft. F. Point- 
Buck John, carpenter, Duke ft. 
Buckley Law. cordwainer, 31 Wilke ft. F. Point. 
Buckler William dry good merchant, 123, Baltimore ft. 
Bud William, labourer, Green ft. Old-town. 
Bufford William, merchant,, 42, Water fL 
Bullen Simon, cordwainer, FLft. 
Bull William, H. fea captain, Bank ft. F. Point. 
Bunker Jofeph, fea captain, 148, Bond ft. F. Point. 
Burcell Henry, cabinet maker, 68, South ft. 
Burney Mary, 33 Sc 35 Thames street. 
Burns Jofeph, revenue officer, 6, Alifannaft. F. Point. 
Burns Edward, baker, Waggon alley. 
Burns Jno. carpenter, Camden ft. Okl-town. 
Burgoine Amey, fruit mop, 22, Bond ft. F. Point. 
Burrough Mrs. painter, York ft. Old-town. 
Burke David, grocer, & boat builder, 2, & 22, Philpot ft. F. 

Point. 
Burke Mary, 14, Alifannaft. F. Point. 
Burkl'Richard, porter, 48, Wilke ft. do. 



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Purke Margaret, widow, i8 Calverl ft. 

Burke & Mitchell, merchants, 48. Baltimore ft. 

Bufmati Catharine, widow, Fayette ft. 

Birffey Thomas, filverfmith, Ccntie market. 

Bufley Edward, bookkeeper, Bridge ft. Old-town. 

Butler Nancy, widow, court houfe ft. 

Butler Juftice, laborer, 151, Bond ft. F. Point. 

Butler Jofepb, pilot, 55, Anne ft. do. 

Butler, Thomas, Andrews & ftationers, 184 Ealtimore ft. 

Butt Elizabeth, widow, 43, Commerce ft. 

Button Robert, conftable, Front ft. Old-town. 

Button Geo. tinman, 45 Market ft. F Toint. 

Button Elias Stowedore 6, Alifannaft. F. Point. 

Byrne Columbus, grocer, 15 Pratt ft. 

Byrne Bartholomew, Tri plots alley. 

Burney Saml. & David, 1 1 Bowleys wharf. 



V-^ABION James, Forreft alley. 

Caberiro John, fegar manufacturer, N. Frederick ft 

Cabell Rebecca, widow, Charles ftrett. 

Cafell Dan. carpenter, German ft. 

Cage Thomas, coorer, German ft. 

Calbraith Jerry, Franklins lane. 

Caldron Maria, feamftrefs, Strawberry alley. 

Calder William, fhip carpenter, Caroline ft. 

Call Chriftopher, butcher, Paflive ft. 

Caldclugh & Thomas, paper hanging manufactory, Baltimore 
ftreet, 141. 

Calhoun James, mayor of the city of Baltimore, 90 Bait. ft. 

Coleman Jofeph & Co. compting houfe Water ft. as. 
dwelling Howard ft. 88. 

Campario John, dry good ftore, 66, Charles ft. 

Campbell, Conrad, & Co. book fellers & ftationers, 140, Bal- 
timore ft. 

Campbell James & Co. merchants, do. 151. 

Campbell Mat. butcher, N. Howard ft. 101. 

Campbell Archibald, S. Gay ft. 14. 



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Campbell Mathew, grocer, Pond ftreet, corner of Fleet ft. 

Poi t, 117. 
Campbell Grace, widow, Apple alley, do. 3. 
Campbell Archibald, mariner, AlefTanna ft. do. 54. 
Campbell William, taylor, South Calvert ft. 44, 
Campbell John, grocer, Frederick ft. 
Cametron Joferih, cook fhop, Primrofe alley, 
Canninal Dugan, porter, (precincts.) 
Candles Patrick, ke'en ft. 
Can tell Aniw. (lore keeper, N. Gay ft. 59. 
Ca idell James-, grocer, corner of Pratt 'ft. 72. 
Cantwell Thomas, flour & grocery ftore, > altimore ft. 2j6. 

— dwellingN. Howard ft. 39. 

Cant Lawrence, porter, L ft. 

CapiJo George, Briar alley, Federal-hill. 

Caroerry Nicholas, fea captain, Fleet ft. 30. 

Carey long Robt. carpenter, George ft. Old- town- 

Carmichael John, porter, Winen ft. 

Carey James, merchant, Sharp ft; 

Carfon John, carter, Fredk. ft. Old-town. 

Carfon Andw. grocer, York ft. Old-town. 

Carfon Nathaniel, grocer, 34, Anne ft. F. Point. 

Carter Robt. gent. Green ft. Old-town. 

Carter Solomon, grocer, N. fide of Lexington ft. 

Carter Thomas, plaifterer, Caroline ft. F. Point. 

Carruthers Jonn & David, merchants, Baltimore ft. 125. 

Carroll Mary Anne,fchool miftrefs, Ruxton lane. 

Carroll John, bilnopofthe Roman catholic church. 

Carroll Thomas, carpenter, Frederick ft. 

Carroll Thomas, carter, Precindts Old-town. 

Carroll John, labourer, Philpot ft. Fell's Point, 54. 

Carrack Arthur, druggeft, Market fpace, 5. 

Carrack Daniel, Do. 35. 

Carman Wm. infpecmr of lumber, High ft. Old-town. 

Carninghan James, painter, N. Frederick ft. 

Carnahan George, carpenter, George ft. 

Carr Jofeph, raufic ftore, 6, Gay, ft 

Cerrie? John, Baltimore ft. 42. 

Carriere John, merchant, Eaft ft. 

Cafkrey Bern, nailor, N. Howard ft. 105. 

Catfett, Peter, S. Howard ft. 92. 

Cafted Law VV. fail maker Albermarle ft. 

Cafw ell Jane, Queen ft. Fell's Point, 32. 

Cateley barnard, baker, Hamoa alley, F. Point. 



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Caton Richard, merchant, Granby ft. Old-tow*. 

Caton Theophilus, carter, Winon It. Ditto. 

Caton Jofeph, Saratoga ft. 

Caton Thomas, cordwainer, Eden ft. 

Cating Mathew, plaifterer, South Frederick ft. 

Cauften Ifaac, grocer, South ft. 39. 

Caverly Jofeph, {hip-builder, Phil] ot ft. 37. 

Chalabze John D. grocer, Fells ft. 31. 

Chalbee John D. Bond ft. 10, Fell's Point. 

Chalmers Francis, {hoe ftoie, South ft. 67. 

Chalmers John, {hip chandler, Gheap-iide, 1. 

Ditto, Chandler ftore, Fells ft. 23. 
Chamberlain Samuel, porter, Prccints. 
Chambers William, potter, Bond ft. 195. 
Chambers Mathew, Bait. ft. So. 
Champaign I. R. merchant. South ft. 41. 
Chanoweth Wm. nail ftore, Bridge ft. Old- town. 
Channell Edward, merchant, Howard, ft. 94. 
Changeurs, Sons of Peter, & Co. merchants, S. Gay ftreef. 
Chapman William, taylor, Water ft. N. 10. 
Chafe Saml. jun. attorney at law near the court houfe. 
Chafe Saml. ien. corner of Lexington and Eutaw fti. 
Chatterton Azenbuin, George ft. 39. 
Chatler James, mariner, Bond ft. 44. 
Cheftard David, inn-keeper, Do, 7. '^•P*1f f 

Chellon Daniel, inn-keeper, corner of Albermarle & Geo. flt 
Chefnut James, grocer, Wilk ft. 36. 
Child, Price &r. Co. merchants, Baltimore ft. 146. 
Chillant William, inn-keeper, Baltimore ft. 80. 
Choen Dotfor, Wilk ft. 
Choi Dotfor, Wolf ft. 
Chrifty Robert, taylor, Wilk ft. 
Chrifty Eleanor, widow, Tripolets alley. 
Chronemiller Philip, black fmith, 63, George ft. Fell't P. 
Chronemiller Thomas, ditto, 14, Pitt ft. 
Church Samuel, Bond ft. 96, Fells Point. 
Chunk John Briton ft. 

Clackner Andrew, jun. bricklayer, George ft. Old-town. 
Clackner Adam, do. Do. Do. 

Claggett Hezek. wholefale merchant, ftore \$%, dwelling 

sij, Bait, ft, 
Claherty Patk. 2, M'Eldrys wharf. 
Claphara J. Alberraale ft. Old-town. 

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Clapp Elizabtfh, widow, High ft. Old town. 

Claip Stephen, coo; er & lea cup. Fell's Point. 

Clarke Samuel, easier, Bond it. Fell's Point, J 37, 

Clarke Jofeph, labourer, Waggon alley. 

Clarke Jacob, Green it. Old-town, 

Clarke Wm. plaifterer, Green ft. Old town, 

Clarke JefTe, windlbr chair maker, Duke ft. GU-to- 

Clarke John, fea captain, io, Queen ft. Fell's Point. 

Clarke Mathevr, ditto. 120, Bond ft. Do. 

Clarke J. II. cordwainer, 3 j, do, Do. 

Clark Isabella, widow, petticoat alley, Do. 

Clarke Jofeph, mariner, 33, Fleet, ft. Do. 

Clarke Henry, nailor, 40, Anne ft. Do. 

Clayton Richard, Ruxton alley. 

Clayton George W. fea capt. 70, Anne ft. Felrs Point. 

ClhFord Lewis, fugar refiner, Argylc alley, 84. 

Clingman John, hatter, 31, Charles ft. 

Clinton Anthony, mafter of t! c Norfolk packet, 60, Pratt ft 

Clmi William, merchant, £§, Ba.lt. ft. 

Cline David, black fmith, 14, Pitt ft. Fell's Point. 

Cloney James, inn-keeper, so, Fells ft. Fell's Point 

Clopper , baker, 9, Light ft. 

Clopper Edward N. merchant, 87, Bow leys wharf. 

Cl opper Pet er, fail maker, Petticoat lane, Ftlls Point. 

C^g^PV^p?, Hour merchant, 29, Howard ft. 

Oiover James, cordwainer, Front -ft. Old-town. 

Clutes Peter, wheelright, Lexington ft. 

Coalfton & Hut ton, bakers, George ft. 

Coatt Jonathan, fchoolma-fter, 3.1, N. Gay ft. 

Coats Francis, baker, Public alley. 

Cochran William & Brothers, dry goods merchants, 109, Bal- 
timore ft. 

Cc.ftey Sufana, fchcolm'iftrcfs, Chatham /t. 

Coitey - — 1 — , painter & glazier, Water ft. 

Cole Godfrey and Jacob, turners & chair makers, York jft. 
Old- town. 

Cole Thomas B. merchant, 119, Baltimore ft. 

Cole Frederick, High ft. Old -town. 

Cole John Doctor, do. do. 

Cole Joflma, carpent. Waggon alley. 

Cole William, merchant, 4, South ft. 

Cole Arthur, bricklayer, George ft. 

Cole Thomas, cfq. fhipchandler, 46, Pitt ft. 

goleman Jofhua, fhip-joincr, 30, Philpot ft. 



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CoIeL of St. Domingo, Carolina ft. 

Colicr John, black fmith, Primrofe alley. 

C.'olvin Richard, Bridge it, O d-town* 

Collem John, ribbon wearer, Old town. 

Collin Eleanor Fp, Pitt it. Fells Point. 

tins Edward, inn-keeper, Pitt it. F. P. 
OoHlns Edward, dry good merchant, 39, corner of Gay Si 

Bait. its. 
Collins William, plaffterer, 84, Charles ft. 
Coivberland James, hairJreffcr, Thames it. 6. 
Combs Sam!. 5c Co. merchants, 93*, Bait. it. 
Combs William, labourer, 5^, Market ft. Fells Point, 
Comegy Benjamin, & l o. merchants 85, Bait. ft. 
Conelly Baitholomew, fchoolmafter, High ft. Oldaown. 
Conn Rachel, widow, Green it. Old town. 
Conner Bartholomew, Law ft. ditto. 
Conner James, pilot, 81, Aliilmna ft. Fella Point. 
Colder ChrifUan, cofdwainer, 40, Will: ft. Do. 
Conekholem William, wheeirjght, German ft. 
Conkey John, trader, Carolina ft. 
Conklin John, black fmith, 46, Bond ft. Fells Point. 
Conrad Michael, 116, Howard ft. 
Conftable George, dry good merchant, 19, Bait. ft. 
Conftable Charles? carpenter, Jane's ft. Old-town. 
Cor.ftable John, do. Front ft. Do. 

Conway Samuel, porter, back of Howard ft. 
Conway John, fea capt. 1 1, Shakefpear ft. Fell? Point.. 
Conway Robert, carpenter, Bond ft. Do. 

Cooke Win. attorney at law,. 278, Baltimore ft. 
Cook William, dry good ftore, 11, Bond ft. Fells Point. 
Cook John, do. 62, N. Ilowaid ft. 

Cooke James, labourer, Bridge ft. Old-town. 
Cooper William, grocer, 44, Howard ft. 
Cooper Samuel, fhallop man, High ft. Old-town. 
Cooper Jofeph, labourer, Briton ft. Do. 

Cooper John, mariner, 62, Wilk ft. Fells Point, 
Cooper Thomas, fea capt. 9, Fleet ft. 
Co: ilrey Daniel, dry good ftore. 

Corkrell Thomas, black fmith, 4C5, Fleet ft. Fells Point, 
Cornthwa ; t Robert, 106, Bond ft. Fells Point. 
Correy James, merchant, 7, South Howard ft. 
Coftly John, cordwaicer, 26, Argyle alley, Fells Point. 
CoftdEr Henry, baker, 2j, Shakefpear ft' Do. 

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Cotterell James, Petticoat alley, Fells Point. 

Cotton Solomon U Co. bookfellers & ftatiooers 160, Bait. ft. 

Coulter John, phyfician, corner of market and AlilTanna £ls. 
a, Fells Point. 

Coulter Alexander, faddler, 116, Baltimore ft. 

Coulter John, hair dreiTer, Frederick ft. 

Courtney Herculus, fecretary of the Maryland lnfurance com- 
pany, 26, South ft. 

Courtnay Henry, Chatham ft. 

Courtney James, carter, Albermarle ft. 

Cowan Thomas, grocer, 3, George ft. 

Cov/es John, painter and glazier, 54, Strawberry alley, F. P. 

Cowen James, do. Duke ft. Old- town. 

Cox James, cafhier of the Bank of Baltimore, 154. Bah. ft. 

Cox Peter, grocer, a, County wharf. 

Cox Mathew, fhip carpenter, 58, Pitt ft. Fells Point. 

Crane Abner, cordwaincr, Bridge ft. 

Craig John, carpenter, 46, Fleet ft. Fells Point. 

Craig Thomas, piaifterer, Maulcs alley. 

Craig Capt. Hammonds alley. 

Crawford John, carter, Bridge ft. Old- town* 

Creamer Edward, lock and gun fmith, 100, Bond &. F. P» 

Cribben William, bricklayer, 10a, Winon ft. 

Crook Walter, cabinet maker, Market fpacc. 

Crook Alexander, 44, Do. 

Crook George, butcher, Second ft. 

Crook Conrad, tobacconift, 14, Lancafter ft. 

Cromwell Daniel, cooper, Eutaw ft. 

Cromwell William, boarding houie, Holiday ft. 

Croney James, bricklayer, Saratoga ft. 

Cronmvilla Jacob, black fmith, 14, Pitt ft. Fells Point* 

Crofsjohn, High ft. 

Crofs Aadrew, carpenter. High ft. 

Crofs William, butcher, York ft. 

Crofby •, boarding houfe, St. Pauls lane. 

Crouch William, carp. Camden ft. 

Crow William, innkeeper, 9, Bond ft. Fells Point. 

Coxall James, gentleman, ji, Charles ft. 

Coxall Samuel, merchant, 79, Baltimore ft. 

Crufe Jacob, grocer, 229, Baltimore ft. 

Crufe John, cordwainer, Fayette ft. 

Crux Chriftopher, 10s, 

Cullen John, grocer, Howards hill. 

Culiender George, tallow chandler, Chatham ft. 



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CuWerweii Richard, conftable, Pratt ft. 

Cummins John, fuperintendant of the iweeps 

Cunningham John, cordwainer, Federal hill. 

Cunningham David, carpenter, York ft. Old-town. 

Cunningham John, feu capt. 3^, Queen ft. Fells Point. 

Cuper Hannah, widow, 12, Howard ft. 

Curley William, conftablc, Pratt ft. 

Curtice Francis, attorney at law, 81, Howard ft. 

Curt'ce Michael, baker, Federal hill, 

Curtice E. • t, Charles ft. 

Curtts John, bricklayer, Chatham ft. 

Curtis Febora, widow, 65, Anne ft. 

Curtis Eliazar, inn-keeper, Philpot ft. i, F. Point. 

Curtice James, butcher, Gotlgli ft. 

Curtain James, grocer, 1, Lancafter ft. Fells Point. 

Curran Michael <k Co. Hairifon ft. 

Curry Unity, widow, New ft. 

Curry James, merchant, 5, Bowleyi wharf. 

(■ urry James, trader, Eden ft. Fells Point. 

( urlbn Richard, 12, Light ft. and 51, Water ft. 

Cufhman Thomas, lea capt. 25, Aliflanna ft. Fells Point*. 

Cuihing Richard, jun. S. Light ft. and ji., Water ft. 



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ADY Daniel, N. Howard ft. 48, 
Daily & Jennings, 20, Baltimore ft. 
Daily Sarah, tavern keeper, Bri ;ge ft. OU-towa, 
Daily A nericanus, baker, Bond ft. 86, Fells P. 
Dale Mich!, book binder, High ft. Old-town. 
Dale Nework, laborer, Thames ft. 15, F. Point. 
Daligall Elizabeth, fearaftreis, Houar. ft. 63. 
Da i 1 Anthony, lea ca; tain, Strawberry alky, 70, F. Poiat. 
Dan Ann, feamflrete, High ft. I ki ibv n. 
Dancer William, cordwainer, South ft. aj. 
Darnand Stephen*, Water ii. y k . 
Darby Jol n B. Pitt ft. Old-town. 
Dariam|,lc Jefle, grocer, Arguile alley, 8, F. Point 

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Barcis Kathl. grocer, Bond ft. 93, F. Point 

Dafhields Mrs. boarding houfe. Gay ft. z. 

Dafhiel Richard, mip joiner, Fleet ft. 29, F. Point. 

Da&iel Benjamin, boarding- houfe, Philpot ft. 4, F. Point. 

Dafhiel Charles fhip carpenter, F. Point. 

Paughady Abraham, blaek-fmith, Bridge ft. Old town. 

Daughady Johnfey, doctor, Bond ft. F. Point. 

Daugherty John, cabinet maker, New Church, ft. 

Daugherty John, ftoie keeper, Bridge ft. Old-town. 

Daverne John, jeweller, gold & filter fmith, Bakimbre ft. 80. 

Davan Samuel, huxter, Water ft. 

Davan Margaret, Wilkes ft. 69, F. Point. 

Davan John, carpenter, Winon ft. Old-town. 

Davey Alex. W. merch. Pratt ft. 61. 

Davey , Baltimore ft. 6. 

Davey John, mariner, Shake!'- arc ft. i$,F. Point* 

Davey Wm. Duke ft. Old- town. 

Da. is John P. Doctor, 41, Charles ft. 

Da\i ftn George, dry good ftore, Baltimore ft. $j. 

Davidfon Charles, merchant, S. Calvert ft. 7. 

Davidfon Anuerion, inn-keeper, Canawago ft. 

Davidfon Edward, ftup carpenter, Ann ft. 16, F. Point. 

Davidfc n James, cabinetmaker, Baltimore ft. 1. 

Davidfon Robt. chair maker, Pitt ft. Old-town. 

Da vies Mary, grocery, Bridge ft. Old-town 

Davies & Copes, merchants, Baltimoieft. 202. 

Davis John* do. do. 51. 

Davis John, pump borer, Market ft. 46, F. Point. 

Davis Philip, baker, do. 40, do. 

Davis Edwd. tavern keeper, do. 4, do* 

Davis William, grocer, George it. 7, do. 

Davis Sarah^ Holiday ft. 

Davis James, taylor, N.Frederick ft. 

Davis John, Charles ft. 4?.. 

Davis Sanl. car f . enter, High ft. Old -town. 

Davis Pi ancis, ftore, Bridge ft. Old town. 

Davis Mary widow, High ft. Old town. 

Davis Jofeph, boat builder, Queen ft. 26, F. Point. 

Da vibn Elizabeth, boarding houfe, N. Gay ft. 39. 

Dawfoa William, (Wp joiner, Queen ft. 16, F. Point. 

Daw Ton Wm. Bond ft. 171, Fells Point. 

Dawlon Mary, wiuoa , uo. 73, do. 

Day Jacob, teacher, German ft. 

Peag'e Simon, mailer of Norfolk packett, Chariest. jj. 



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I5eager Geofge, inn keeper, N. Frederick ft. 

Deblock Francis, mercht. South 11. 40. 

Debuts I. Brown & Co. tobacco manufacturers, Bait. fi. 8<?* 

Decamer Cafper, Pratt ft. 75. 

Decker Geo. flore,N. Howard ft. 24. 

lacker Charles, Fleet ft. 19. 

Deckles F. mariner, Dutch alley. 

Decker Valentine, inn keeper, French ft. Old-town, 

Decker Chriftian, ftone quarier, do. do. 

Deforreft Henry, dwelling, 1 7 Fleetft. F. Point. 

Deforreft & Neil, block and pump makers, Phil^ot ft. p 

Delagrand Saml. carver and gilder, Second ft. 

Delfhon John, block maker, French ft. Old-town. 

Ddue Francis*' cordwainer, Granby ft. Old-town. 

Dela Rue Legowj co'lee houie, marketplace, 24. 

Dempfej Francis, grocer, corner of Charles $. CanaWago fts, 

Dencalei Anthony, fea captain, Phil] ot ft. 6. 

Denys Ben. grocer, N. Howard ft. 59. 

Dennis John, carpenter, Strawberry alley, 32. 

Denny Elizabeth, Queen ft. 13, Fells Point. 

Derochbroom Lewis, fliip builder, Pitt ft. J 7. 

Dcrick Sufana, widow, Alifahna ft. 6. 

Dernaud Stephen from St. Domingo, 57, Water ft. 

Defpoe Jofeph, fhip carpenter, Quecfi ft. 16. 

Defangue Mrs. Charles fl. 70. 

Detjnard Chriflopher, taylor, Frederick ft. 

Dew Robt. inn keej er, hay-fcales, Gid-to^ n. 

Dew Robt. taylor, S. Gay ft. 1. 

Dewitt Thomas, inn keeper, market \\ ace, 1 1\ 

Dewortli Whi. cooper, Light ft. 33. 

Dick David, cordwainei , L ommeicc ft. 1. 

Dickey Anne, St. Paul* iane. 

Dxkinfon Davki, SI arp ft. 

Dickinfon Britingbam, Philpot ft. C. F. Point. 

I>ickfonJ. P. & Wm. hard wareflore, L'aitimcrtft. £s» 

Dler Jacob, watchman, Lafayette ft. 

DLienderffer Michael, wet & dry <rcoct flore, Bait, ft. %, 

do. market pla.ee, 3. 

PiienderfTer Peter, hard* a:eftore, Baltimore ft. ft£» 
Di .enderiler & Sons, mej chts. M' i aif. 

DiiTenceriier Freck. copper fmitl), Harriion ft. 4. 
DiiFenderft'er Danl. Old-town, York ft. 
Digeaux , fea cap t. Rdnd ft. 88. 

D.ilen Geo ge, laborer, Laiic;dler ft. r> 



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Dillen Thos. mariner, Arguile alley, $&. 

JDillen Edwd. cooper, Briuge ft. Old-town. 

Dillen Elizabeth, 54, Ap;de alley, F. Point. 

Dimmitt J. B. flore, Bridge ft. 

Demmett Burch, f:hool-mai.kr,N. Gay ft. 5. 

Denisford Win. (hip carpenter, Anne It. 43, F. Point. 

Disaaider Jofeph,fea capt. il .mover ft. 34. 

Difhman Francis, merciit. Camden ft. 

Dixon John, rigger, Apple alley 71, F. Point. 

Dixon George, New ft. 

Dixon Ifaac, rigger, Wolf ft. 75. 

Dezabern John,taylor, Primrole alley. 

Dobbin Thomas, printer, Baltimore ft. 36. 

Doclorjohn, Fleet ft. 19. 

Dodge Saml. cuftomhoufe officer, Pittft. F. Point. 

Dodd John, Bridge ft. Ola-town. 

Dooles John, grocer, D; day ft. 

Donaldfon Win. brick layer, N. Howard ft. 95V 

Donaldfon Jo'eph, mersiit. Hanover ft. 64. 

Donaldfon James, fea capt. uo. 79. 

Donaldfon Thomas, notary public, S. Gay ft. 35. 

Donald Adam, carpenter, Liberty ft. 

Donoven Thomas, inn keeper, Water ft. 36. 

Donnell John, mere!, f. Water ft. 31 &. 33. 

Do mely Hugh, brick-layer, French alley. 

Donnely Francis, (lore, Bond ft. 64, F. Point. 

Donnelian Thomas, cuftom houfe oiricer, Commerce ft. 1^ 

Do liangen Charles* 5.4 , Carle? ft. 

Do 1 --ay Win. corawair.e", Bac.kft. 

D r.iay Jo'n, cord". »ij,er,N Gay ft. 64. 

D may Mr*. S. Charles ft. xp. 

D >rage Geo. Pittft. Oh.- tov, n. 

Doriey Walter, attorney ai law, Bait. ft. 198* 

Dor'eyjodn, Rowleys wharf, 79. 

Dorfey iVlic 1 a: 1 grocer, George ft. 1. 

Doriey M'S. T^aii.es ft. 34. 

Do ley Robt, mere. t. 45 Water ft. 

Dorfey Richarc^ grocer, Water ft. 

D >uglas Ja kfon, tubacconift, Market fpace* 

Doaglas Ca i'eil, iilvsr fmith, N. Gay ft. 56, 

D >wnes Henry, Sa^to^a ft. 

Doyne Robert', N. Gay ft 57, clerk at Yatei & Campbdlt* 

VeiMue ftore. 
poy^e Mary, Do*uding houft, Harrifba ft. J« 



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Doyle Jacob, butcher., 90, Bond ft. F. Point. 

Drane Rebecca, widow, Caroline ft. 

Drinker Thomas, brick layer, Hanover ft. 75. 

Drifkoll Francis, lea captain. 

Drummend Wm.fnip carpenter, Alifanna ft. 2, F. Point. 

Duarley Pearl, feacapt. Charles ft. 67. 

Dubernard J. A. laborer, Frederick ft. Old town. 

Duboury Law, Commerce ft. 12. 

Ducatel Edme, druggeft & chemift, Baltimore ft. 12. 

Dudley Arch. N. ftreet. 

DuiTey Michael, printer, Wilkeft. 45, F. Point. 

Dtiu'ey , doctor, Lexington ft. 

Du.'fey Mary, washerwoman, Bridge ft. Old-tovrn. 

Dugan Patrick, taylor, 38, Calvert ft. 

D^gan Patrick, (lop {hop, 49 S. Calvert ft. 

Dugan Bartley, Commerce ft. 

Dugan Cumberland, dwelling S. Gay ft. 16. 

Dugan Thomas, porter, precincls. 

Duguid William, rnercht. 57, Baltimore ft. 

Duglairag , Primroie alley, teacher of mufic* 

Duke Henry, inn keeper, 94 Charles ft. 

Dukehart Henry, baler, 13 Baltimore ft. 

Dunaval Saml. mariner, Primrofe alley. 

Dunbar William, pla ; fteier, Green ft. OU-totm. 

Dunbar JtfL, ftevedore, 61 Wolf ft. 

Duncan Perry, lea en tain, 16 Wilke ft. F. Point. 

Duncan Ifrael, Tea caj tain, 64, Fleet ft. F. Poiiifc 

Duncan Robt. carpenter, 49,Go:gn ft. 

Duncan William, cordwainer, Dutch alley. 

Duncan William, mercht. 21 Commerce ft. 

, ware houle M'Clures wharfl 

Dunkell George A. doctor, Liberty ft. 

Dunovaii T. taylor. 

Dunn Daniel, taylor, Cumberland Row, 

Duran John, 24, Fleet ft. F. Point 

Durney Win. cordwainer, Bricge ft. 0!d-towa« 

Durney Wm. Bank ft. 

Duftory Lewis, lea captain, Leet ft. Federal hill. 

Dutton Benjamin, mercht. 3 M'Eldiyi wharf. 

, dwelling Albermarle 

Duvirier , limner, 36, N. Gay ft.' 

Dwerhagan Sc Gi overman, merchts. 46 South ft. 
Dwyer Wm. 50 Market ft. F. Point. 
D uxloe John, baker, Harriiba ft. 



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Dyfon Henry, mariner, New ft. 

Dffart Mrs. boarding houfe, 18, N. Gay ft. 



XL AGON Elijah, carpenter, Vv'inon ff.- 

Ealer Peter, doctor, Frederick ft. 

Earneft Caleb, carpenter, N. Frederick ft. 

Eafton Eliza, boarding houfe, Pratt ft. 

Eaverfon John, cooper, 59 L'ght ft. 

Eaverfon Richd. hatter, 4 County wharf. 

Kbbeker John Frederick, letter carrier, Dutch alley. 

Eccles Saml. cordwainer, 55 Southft. 

Echberger Wolfe, ftore, Bridge hvOld-eown. 

Edmondfon Thomas 3c lfa*c, dry good ftore, ^1^ Bait, ft,- 

Edwards John, cordwainer, 53 N. Howard ft. 

Edwards Philip, lieutenant of" marines, New ft. 

Edwards James, ftore, Bridge ft. Cid-fowri. 

Edwards Wm. fea captain, 53 Fleet ft. F. Point. 

Edwards Root. St Wm. carpenters upper end of Pratt ft^- 

Ed wards Thomas, ( anawago ft. 

Edwards Jon-athan & < o. 17 Bait. ft. 

Egar James, groce;-, 13, Fleet ft. F. Point. 

Eglcilon Abraham, carpenter, 53, Bank ft. 

Egnaw E. wet goo.! ftore, Petticoat alley. 

Ehreckfon Bernard, inn keeper, 19 Market ft. F. Point. 

Eichelberger, Jacob, cuftom houfe officer, Tri{ olets alley.- 

Eichelberger George, tol accon.ft, -25 Water ft. 

EiclilcrCiuriftian, carpenter, Eutaw it. 

Eiile John, porter, Pitt ft. Old town, 

EJflen Con. mercht. 2:46 Baltimore ft.- 

Eiflen & Horn, merchis. 29 Water ft. 

£1 iridge , widow, 26 Lightft. 

Eitjfier Henry, carpenter, High ft.. Old-town.- 

Elfher George, meal ftore, Fr. ft. Old-town. 

Elvins Wm. clock & watch maker, 4 Fells ft.F. Feint. 

Ellicoit James, cordwainer, 15 North Gay ft. 

Ellicot Elias, mercht. Sharp ft. 

Elliott Benjamin Sc James, ftowr merchts. Light ft. 4.5* 



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clu*. L'ght ft. 41. 
nan* hackney' coachkeeper, 1S Howardft, 
tt John, tavern kee| cr, S. Frederic I 
Eiiicott James, plaifterer, Hig fl. Old-town. 

:r Henry, car: enter, Arguyle alley, r. Point 
fcllicott James, tajlor, Eden ft. F. Poii t. 
Ellis Stephen, Prfmrofe alley, 
Ellis John, inn keeper, Philpots hill. 
Ellis T. laborer, io Strawberry alley. 
I'., i I wood James, carpenter, S. Frederick ft. 
Epej Jeremiah, faddler, Brie ge ft. 
Ennals Andw. mercht. Second ft. 
Engle Cyrus, boat builder, 101 Bond ft. F. Point. 
Ennis Thomas, grocer, Bridge ft. Old-town, corner ofHighA 
Funis Philip, carter, Gran by it. Old- town. 
Ennii Win. fhop keener, 15 Bond ft. F. Point. 
Ennis Joftma., houfe joiner, Sj Market it. du. 
Enfor Luke, precincts. 
Erneft George, cordwainer., Front ft. 
Enfor James G. & Co. %6, Cheap fide. 
Eppleton Richard, hair drefter, Water ft. 
Ervin James, black fmith, S. Frederick ft. 
Efquit William, Pitt ft. Old-town; 
Etts Robert, dancing mafler, York ft. Old-town. 
Erchberger William, huckfter, Thames fl. 12. 
Etting Shinah, widow, boarding houie, 135, Bait. ft. 
Etting John, plaifterer, Saratoga ft. 
Etting Sc Kennady, milienerS, S. Calvert ft. n. 
Etting Ruben, dwelling. ditto. 

Kiting Solomon, meioh. 16, S. Calvert ft. ' - 

Filing Ruben, ftore, 49, S. Calvert ft. 
Evans William, inn-keeper, Indian Queen, 187, EalL ft, 
Evans John, baker, 64, South ft, 
Evans Griiiy, cooper, Water ft. 
Evans John, mariner, 53, Market ft. Fells Point. 
Evans John, pilot, 18, W ilk ft. Do. 

Evans Henry, grocer, Eden ft. Io. 

Everhart Jacob, carpenter, Harrifon ft. 
Everhart Jacob, carpenter, Liberty ft. 
Everhart George, grave digger, Fifli ft. 
Lverard William, 3, Calvert ft. optic & dry good ftore. 






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JL ALL Moore, doctor, 20, High ft. 

Falls & Brown merchants, Eaft ft. 

Fargby &: Carfon, ftore-keepers, Baltimore ft. 20. 

Fagen Hugh, rope maker, Frort ft. Old- town. 

Fairen Jofeph, cabinet maker, Bank ft. FelJs Point/ 55, 

Farier John, porter, 29, Thames ft. To. 

Faris William, carver & guilder, 36, S. Charles ft. 

Faris Edward, pcrter, Paifive ft. 

Farrell Mrs. George ft. 16, Fells Point. 

Farrell James, inn-keeper, 1, Bond ft. Fells Point. 

Fafbuirser Peter, inn- keeper, Howards hill. 

Faulkner Samuel, painter & glazier, N. Gay ft 45. 

Fauble Jacob, South ft. hatter, 15. 

Femby William, livery liable keeper, S. Second ft. 

Femby Peter, ftore keeper, Bond ft. 81, F. Point. 

Fendlefs Mr. ftaymaker, Eaftft. 

Fennell John, guager, 23 Commerce ft. 

Fennell Caleb, carpenter, 27 Strawberry alley, F. Poiftt/ 

Fenton Thos.houie bell hanger, Harrifon ft. 

FeronPeier, Granby ft. Old-town. 

Field Thomas, carpenter, Winon ft. Old-town. 

Field William, porter, 7 Argyle alley, F. Point. 

Finley John, painter, S. Frederick ft. 

FinleyS* Sayton, grocers, 5 N. Howardft. 

Finnigan Thomas, grocer, Second ft. 

Finnigan Mary, boarding houfe, Cumberland Row. 

Finnant Thomas, fnip chandler, 22 George ft. F. Point. 

Firby Mary, widow, 48 Bond ft. F. Point. 

Firby John, mariner, 18 Market ft, F. Point. 

Firm Wm. Jones ft. Old town. 

Fifher James, cordwainer, 8 Water ft. 

Fifher Daniel, carpenter, Pratt ft. 41. 

Fifher Jofeph, maker, Liberty ft. 

Fifher John, inn keeper, Federal hill. 

Fifher Jacob, carpenter, French ft. Old-town. 

Fifher Catharine, widow Carolina alley. 

Fifhwick James, fail maker, Anne ft. 39, F. Point. 

Fifh John, fea captain, Frederick ft. 

Fi(L Jacot, mariner, Bond ft. 1 73, F- Poict. 



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Fitzpatrick Jo&ph, ftarch & hair powder manu&clurerj Li 

Fitze John ^ Win. coopei : it. 5 & 16. 

Fiver John mariner. Charles ft. 8s. 

Flaherty James, carter, W'ilke ft. 49 F. Point. 

Flax Margaret, ihop keener, 8 Queen ft. do, 

Flemming Richd. innkeeper, Bond ft. 4c, F. Point. 

Flemming James, carpenter, Philpots ft. 36, F. Pol' t, 

Fletcher Martin, inn keeper, Howardfta6 North. 

Floyd Charles, cord wainer, upper end of Baltimore iK 

Floyd Caleb, potter, York ft. 01 -town. 

Floyd N. Henry, carpenter, North ft. Old tou 

Focke Frederick & Co. South It. 77. 

Fobes Henry, porter, Liberty it. 

Foley John, cabinet maker, Frederick ft. 

Follon John, mariner, Hanover ft. 

Foot Kllier, wafherwom an, North ft. 

Foot John, Albermarle ft. Old-town. 

Foot Elizaoeth, wa.'ner woman, North ft. 

Fouerden Adam, {hoe itore, 54, Bah. it. 

F'onerden Eliza, ihoe itore, Baltimore it. 151. 

Forbes Chriftopher, King George it. Old- town. 

Ford J. grocer, Lancafter ft. 7. 

Fordney William, whipmaker, York ft. Old- town. 

Foreman Jofepb, merchant, 83, Bowleys wharf. 
Foreman Needlefs, coach maker, Second ft. 

Foreman David, carpenter, Precincts. 
Foreman Valentine, Fiiherman, Do. 
Foreman William, cordwainer, AliiTanna ft. 11. 
Forney Peter, ftore 235 and Dwelling 237, Bait. Ht 
Forney John, inn-keeper, Bear ft. Federal hill. 
Forney Samuel, hatter, Bond ft. S3, Fells Point. 
Forrer Nevin, cabinet maker, Fiih it. 
Forreft Strandford, potter, Green it. Old-town. 
Foriyth Alexander, 104, Howard ft. 
Fofter Sarah, widow, Bond ft. 104, Fells Point. 
Foltz William, dwelling, 95, Pratt ft. 
Foulds James, cordwainer, Bond it. 19, Fells P. 
Foulk Lewis, merchant, South ft. 41. 
Fownes John, merchant, j 15, Bond ft. Fells Point. 
Foxall Thomas, grocer, Bridge ft. Old town. 
Fox Thomas, itage driver, Wolf ft. jp. 
Foy Ifaac, teacher, lovely lane. 
Foy illeanor, widow, Bond ft. 4^. 
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France P. Jones ftreet 

Franklin Thomas, laborer, -24. Howard it 

Frazrer, Kichard & Jones, & Co. mcrchts. Balt.ft. ?^. 

Freeburger Henry, inn keeper, Howard ii. 97. 

Freeburger Jacob, baker, Wilk ft. 63. 

Freelock John, cabinet maker, South Gay ft. 34. 

Freeman I. porter, Charles ft. 24. 

Freeman Nicholas, cooper, Queen ft. 6. F. Point. 

Frelet Jofeph, merclu. Seconu ft. 

Frey & Cum agings, grocer, 30, S. Calveri ft. 

Frick Peter, glafs and china ftore, Bait. .ft. 58, 

ditto South Gayft. 0. 

FV ; efe K. John, meicht. 45 Souti) ft. 
Friday John, feine maker, Camden ft. 
Frie T:>omas, lav lor, Fayette ft. 
Frie William, laborer, Apple alley, 54. 

French Saml. Second ft. 5, dwelling in Old town* 

French Jacob, ftage keeper., German ft. 

French C. Ben:;cLt, cordwainer, do. 

French Saml. pilot, Fleet ft. 8. 

French Amie, S. Frederick ft. 

Fu 'g H. William, carpenter, Marked ft. jo, F. Poin$ 

Fullerton Elizabeth, widpw, 24, Philpctft. 

Fuller Oliver, fhoe ftore, 86, Bait. ft. 

Fullhart Philip, cordwainer, Bridge ft. Old towu. 

Fulton David, inn keeper, 119, Bait. ft. 

Fulton Alex. & James, 74 Bait. ft. 

Fulviner Mary, widow, Liberty ft. 

Furlong YVm. Tea captain, Sheakfcearft. 24. 

Furnival Alexander, pojt matter, St. Pauls lane* 

Fus Dolly, widow, Bridge ft. Old-town. 



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ADES John, grocer, No. 1, Pitt ft. Fells Point, 
Galen Mathcw, carpenter, 48 Fleet ft. 
Gallagher Alexander, flour merch. Bait. ft. 254. 
Galand Caleb, fea captain, 17 Pratt ft. 
GakndPaul, do. 28, South Charles ft. 






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away Wm. grocer, Bona ft. F Poi r. 55V 
iway Thomas, ftfherman, Carlifle it. 

ft. Old-town. 

>feph, trader, Duke il. Old-town* 
Ga uy Lewis, butcher, Fren : : ; ft. ( 
Gaity A 'am, warehoufe, Dugai s ivl . 
Gantz Adam, ii , Market fpace, 38-] 

Gardiner Mary, widow, Harrifon ft. 
Crardinei Timothy, mariner, rVeeasft. F. Poii tv 

liner jolm, bricklayer. Duieft. ( I 

u , carpenter, F -•■' • 

, 44 George il. Fells Poa;t. 

.nan Margaret, 43 Pratt ft. 
Garman Pnilip, grocer, N. Howard ft. 40. 
Gaits Sc Laypold,fugar refiners, Water it. 9. 
Gaiuch Jacob, grocer, Bri |ge ft. Old town. 
Geauge John, taylor 6, Pratt il. 
Gc .; ling John, fail maker, 13 Market ft.F. Point. 
Gees Peter, mariner Thames ft. 14, F. Point. 
Geaer3 Sarah, widow, Saratoga it. 
Gioar Ricrar.^gtoeer, 10 T hames ft. 
Gena Amos, labourer, 97, Bond ft. F. Points 
George Abraham, Secon:. il. 
Gernon Patrick, 6 Commerce ft. 
Gerifh Francis, car, ei ter, High ft. Old-town. 
Gs ttings & Smith, merchts. 86 Bowlers wharf. ' 
Ghequier Charles, mercha t-S. Charles il. 10. 
Gibfon William, clerk oi* Bait, county, 67, Hanover ft. 
Gio(on James, carter, Dutc'-. a! 
Gib'on James, fea captain, Anne il. 48, F. Point. 
Gilbert Thomas, currier, Fligh ft. Old-town. 
Giloert Francis, cordwainer, 33 Bona ft. F. Point.- 
Giil Carharine, Hammonds alky, F. Point. 
Gil! Gabriel, bricklayer, Fautaw ft. 
Gill P. John, carpenter, High ft. Old-town. 
Gill John, grocer. 

Gilliion John, hair drelTer, 196, Bait. ft. 
Gillifon John A. do. & perfumer, 61 South ft. 
Gilmor Root. Sc Son, merchts. Water ft. 35. 
Gillmayer Francis, N. Howard ft. 
Gimbell Henry, porter, Eautawft. 
Glibe James, grocer, 17, Thames ft. 
Gobert Felix, hair drtfTer, 3, N. Gay ft. 
Goddard William, fhop keeper, Howard ft. 1 15. 



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, fea captain, George ft. 

N. Gay ft. 
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en Patrick, laborer, South Liberty ft. 

, ■ , nv. Smithswbarf. 

t Samuel & Son, China aad Liverpool ware houfe, 

25, S Calvert ft. 

Do. dry good (lore, 3K 

Gordon Duncan, inn-keeper, market Trace 8. 

Gorden Michael, rigger, Market fl. 39, F. Point* 

Gorden George, mariner, Wolf ft. 18, F. Point. 

Gorden John, Caroline ft. F. Point. 

Gorden John, foddler, Charles ft. 

Gordines James, mercht.N. Howard ft. 62. 

Gorden Wm. cordwainer, Saratoga ft. 

Gore Thomas, Dutch alley. 

Gormley Owen, taylor, S. Liberty ft. 

Gormley Conrad, porter, Bond ft. 55, F. Point. 

Gorfuch Robert, juftice of the \ cace, N. Fre«.ik.ih 

Gouldfmith Henry, ftore, N. Gay ft. 66. 

Gould John, mariner, Wolf ft. F. Point, 79. 

Goweu John, porter, Dutch alley. 

Gold Peter, ca} tain, South Charles ft. 17. 

Gofwick Daniel, cerdwainer, 54.G0t.gh ft. 

Gouirand Fidorc, dry good ftoie, Water ft. 

Goverts Peter D. mercht. Smiths wharf, 71. 

Gouvernet H. C. cordwainer, Charles ft. 5©. 

Granny John, {halloo man, Camden ft. 

Grarevine Frederick, North Howard ft. 

Granbarg Roberr, High ft. Old town. 

Graham John, grocer, corner of Light & Water ftV. 

Graham William, fchool mafter, Light ft. 13. 

Graham Janes, caiter, Pitt ft. Old town. 

Graham, Hafkins & Co. merchts. 7, Bowleys wharfL 

Gray Wm. Carolina ft. F. Point. 

Gray E. fea captain, Shakefjear alley, 7. 

Graybell P. flour mercht, Baltimore ft. 1 79. 

Grant Daniel, taylor, Public alley. 

Grant Ifabella, St. Panics lane. 

Grant Daniel, Do. 

Grant Sarah, widow, Apple alley, 69. 

Grant Argus, fhip carpent. Wolf ft. 45-^ 

Graves Ebenezer, grocer, S. Gay ft. 8.. 

Graves fc.dw\].'taylor>. Dutch alley. 



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Grech Conrad, cordwainer, Harrifonft. 

Greener Daniel, taylor, Liberty ft. 

Green Mathew, carpenter, Harrifon ft. 

Green Elizabeth, widow, Barry ft. 

Green Ed w. Aiiiannaft. 

Green Elifh, mariner, Fells ft. 54, F. Point, 

Green Ezara, grocer, Wilk ft. 24. 

Green Joab, Tea captain, S. Howard ft. 17. 

Gieeo & Dyfart, hatters, South ft. jt. 

Greenwood Thomas, inn kee; er, Lexington ft; 

Greenfor i Samuel, French ft. Old-town. 

G' cgen Patrick, cooper, Alifanna ft. Old town. 

G eer Peter, mariner, Eden ft. F. Point. 

Grieft Ifaac, efq. County wharf, F. Point. 

Griffin Walter, mariner, Alilanna ft. Old town. 

Griffith E. carpenter, S. Howard ft. 

Griffith Thomas,- carpenter Do. 

Griffith William, innkeeper, Bridge ft. Old town. 

G i nth Benjamin, N. Howard ftreet. 

ory Frederick, grocer, Bridge ft. Old town. 

Grobyjohn, S. Charles ft. 38. 

Grofz John, grocer, N. Gay ft. 61. 

Grofz Lewis, white-fmith, Harrifonft. 

Grofe Henry, cabinet maker, N. Gay ft. 19. 

Grofz Ufargaiet, widow, Oldtown. 
Groat Paul, mercht. M'Elderys wharf. 

>way Robt. boarding houfe, 16 Charles ft< 
1 ling hou e, S. Gay ft. 
tanner* Fells ft, 16, F. Point. 
1 y George j ."- Co. Baltimore ft. 136. 
Grub Michael, ceiar cooper, 331 Bait. ft. 
Gift CorntliisPL fub*fteriff, dwelling Paffive ft. 

. ly Stephen, carpenter, 36, Queen ft. 
Gtmn ft iiiiam, carter, Sharp ft. 

'.larl, carpenter, High ft. Old -town. 
Gurnard David, plaifter, French ft. Old town. 
Guthrow Simon, phyfician, Charles ft. 34. 
Guttry Jofliua, liquor (tore* 91, Hancverft. 
G-uy Francis, filk dyer, N. Gay ft. 49. 

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A AS George, dry good ftore, ${>> N. Howard ft> 
Haborg Sophia, widow, Pit ft. Old town. 
Hackett & Grant, merchls. N. Gay ft. 
Hackett Philip, laborer, Bridge ft. Old town. 
Hadington Elizabeth, ftore, Bridge ft. Old town. 
Hager Fredk. carter, Dutch alley, Old town. 
Hagerty John, book feller & fkuioaer, 102, Balt.fi. 

Do. Do. Water ill. 

Hagerty John, cordwainer, 40 Strawberry alley. 
Hagthrop Edw. cordwainer, Fells ft. F. Point. 
Hague Hugh, cooper, Franklin lane. 
Hail George, brick layer, 03, Pratt ft. 
Haine John, Oil-miller, S. Howard ft. Weft fide, 
Haines Martin, inn keeper, German ft. 
Halfpenny William, porter, Alifanna ft. 45. 
Haly James, taylor, 48 N. Gay ft. 
Haly James, laborer, 48 Market ft. F. Point. 
Ha*] Jacob, mariner, Argyleft. 76, F. Point. 
Hall William, grocer, 213, Bait. ft. 
Hall Richard, attorney at law, 96 N. Howard fi- 
lial! Sarah, widow, Light ft. 60. 
Hall John, grocer, 107 Hanover ft. 
Hall Thomas, black jfmith, North ft. 
Hal! Catharine, widow, 41, Bond ft. F. Point. 
Hall George, carpenter, 131 Bond ft. F. Point. 
Hail Ezekiei, cordwainer, between 4 & 6 Market ft. F. Point. 
Hal! Ifaac, (hip carpenter, 43 Bond ft. 
Hall Mary, widow, 41, Wolf ft. 
Hall Benjamin, cordwainer, North ft. 
Hall Ifrael, ihip carpenter, 43, Bond ft. F. Point 
Ha!! Edward, cordwainer, Bond ft. 31, F. Point. 
Hallock Elizabeth, midwt-e, Granby ft. Old town. 
Hammer Peter, taylor, Public alley. , 
Hammer Henry, plaifterer, German ft. Old fcowru 
Hammer Fredk. mercht. 173, Baltimore ft. 
Hammer!!/ Tnos. tinman, 207, Bait. ft. 



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Hammond Michl. carpenter, Anne ft. 22. 

Hammond Harriott, 59, Pratt it. 

Hammond J. 8, Ha ,overft. 

Hammond , widow, High ft. Old town* 

Hamilton John, E.Chatham ft. 

Hamilton John, bricklayer, Briton ft. Oidto*B. 

Hanilton P. mariner, George ft. CMdtJWu. 

Hamilton William, pilot, 34, Queen ft. F. Poinr. 

Hamilton George, revenue officer, 4 Wok ft. 

Hamilton Sarah, VVilkeft. 40, F. Pont. 

Hanna Thomas, writing matter, 23, S. Howard ft. 

Hanna Andrew, dwelling Harrifon it. 5, 

Hanna John, clerk, in Capfc Biays's < houfe, F. P 

Hanna John, carpenter, Granby ft. Old-to 

Hanna , boarding houfe, S. Gay ft. 

Hannah Edw. grocer, 51, N. Howard ft. 

Hannah Caleb, windfor chair maker, Second ft. & 7, Cheap £u 

Handlon Patrick, mariner, 36, Strawberry alley. 

Hands fclphraim, tavern keeper, 6, Market fpacc. 

Hand & Barber, painters, North ft. 

Hard Henry, mariner, Shakefpear ft. :i. 

Harding George, (kip carpenter, Federal hill. 

Harding Ghriftopher, carpenter, Lexington ft. 

Harding Godfrey, inn keeper, Camden it Howards hill. 

Hardy James, rigger, Alifan na ft. 16. 

Hardy George, mercht. 103, Bait. ft. 

Hardy Jofeph, cordwainer, North ft. 

Hardy Win. cordw ainer, Front ft. Old tew*. 

Hargrove John,, Rev. 3, N. Gay ft. 

Hargrove Hannah, midwife, Do. 

Harrifon VVm. merely. 84 Baltimore ft. 

Harrifon Thomas, ftore, 57, Bond ft. F. Point 

Harrifon Danl. carpent. 145 Bona ft. F. Point. 

Harrifon Alexander, inn keeper, 26 Feils ft. F. Poinfc 

1 [arrifon John, grcter, 3 Fells ft. F. Poii.t. 

Harrifon Edward, carpenter, Fleet ft. 66, F. Point* 

] lariifon Jonathan, mere t. 30 Fleet ft. Do. 

Harrifon Joleph, Green ft. CL town. 

Harrifon Geo. mariner, iq Argyle alleys F. Point. 

1 arrifon, Maynaidier & Co. 156, Bait. ft. 

Harris Saml. taylor, back of 61, Baltimore fl. 

Harris Wm. cabinet maker, N. Frederick ft* 

Harris Dan I. carpenter £3, Pratt ft. 

Harris Saml. mercht; 14; 0. Calvert ft. 



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Harris David, caftier cf the Branch Bank of the \J. States. . 

comer of Second & Gay ftreets. 
Harris Robt. chair maker, second it. 
Harris Edwd. 20, Pratt ft. 
Harris Edi*. grocer, Granby ft. Old-town. 
Hare Peter, baker, Baltimore ft. 181. 
Harriman D.tvid, painter, High ft. Old town. 
Harwig Philip, doclor, 18, N. Howard it. 
Harl s, taylor, 70 Water ft. 

Hai J. taylor, 3, Water It. 

Harvey Hugh, mercht. 12, Cou. ty wharf, 
Harmer Danl. carpt 23, Pratt ft. 
Hauler Jacob, cooper, North fide Lexington jftv 
Harts George, laboer, Ca.n ien it. Feacial hill? 
Hart John, laborer, Lumber alley. 
Hart Eng. ft ),ie quarier, French alley. 
Har er Saml. Green ft. Old town. 
Harlburg Catharine, Briton ft. Old town. 
Harktoipfs Danl. hairdreffer, 19, Pon ! ft. F. Point- 
Harp Lawr. cook, 16 Wilkft. F. Point. 
Harvey Jonathan, mercht. 206, Rait. ft. 
HarraeJ Thomas, mariner, 72, Appje alley, F. Point; 
Harvey William, mariner, 41 Bank ft. 
Harriott Fredk. carpenter, 98, Pratt ft. 
Harwood Margaret, Tripolets alley. 
Hailey T.iooias, cordwaincr, Bridgeft. Old town. - 
Hafleoaughjohn, wheelr ; ght, S. Charles ft. 
Haflett Alex, taylor 8c habit maker, i , N. Gay ft. 
Hafkfns Jofe oh, j an. copper fmitb, 6z, South it. 
Ha.Terraty George, car enter, N. Fredk. ft. 
Ha/han Jacob, > ainter, 54, Strawberry alley. 
Hafton Dines, mallter, Petticoat alley, 6j. 
Hatkifdn Ifaac, waggoner, Bricige ft. Old town. 
Harton Argyle-, grocer, Bridgeft. Old town. 
Hatton Llizabeth, widow,, 19, Apple alley, F. Point; 
Hattcn John C. grocer, Fleet ft. 
Hawkins Win. fmith, Calvert ft.. 
Hawkins Wm. 7, South ft. 

Hawkins John, taylor. Tnamesft. 20, Fells Point. 
Hawkins Jofe ,b, ftiallopman., Fed.hiii. 
Hay Alex. German ft. 
Hays Simon, cooper, 34 Water ft. 
Hays William, block maker, 44, Phil;- of s ft. F. Point.- 
Hays John, fcacaptain, Apple alley, F. Point.- 



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Hays John,' printer, 3, Baltimore ft. 
Haywood VVm.jun. grocer, 30, N. Howard ft. 
Haywdod Wm. dwelling, Britton ft. Old town* 
Hayward n < Co. mercht*, 49 Calvert ft. 
Feath Jeflfe, 53, South ft. 

Heath James, taylor, ft. F. Point. 

Featcott & Da41, merchts, 74, Baltimore ft. 1 1 S, Bond ft. 

Healy John, filk dyer, 250 Bait. ft. 

Hellem John, carpenter, Liberty ft. 

Helen John, (hip carpenter, Liberty it F. Point* 

Helen John, mercht. 23, Water ft. 

Helen David, Apple alley, 60. 

peiJe George, paint (lore, Calver ft. 23. 

Heiner John, butcher, 46, N. Gayft. 

Heingman Saml. butcher, Carliileft. 23. 

Fennaman John, coach maker, 249, Bait. (V- 

Henry Chriftiana, widow, Carliik- ft. 

flenry John, bookkeeper, Canawoga ft. 

Henry hliza, widow, Forreft ft. 

FenrySufana, hucl.fter, Lumber ft. 

Feeing Frecik. ear;!, 24, St Howard ft 

Herbert & Pifcoe, hardware ftore, 15, Caivertft 

Herring R. car}. enter, Old-town.. 

r erring Tdomas, fawyer, St. Pauls lane. 

Feftard Wat. grocer, 1, N. oward ft. 

Fetna Michael, laborer, Ham piled hill. 

Hewitt Caleb, tobacconift, 226, Bait. ft. 

1 , do. 236, Do. 

Kevres Abraham, cordwainer, Bridge ft. Old town. 

Pey Martha, feamft es, Figh ft. Old town. 

Heyl Michael, tayfor, 22, S. Calvert ft. 

Pyman Samuel* clock 8c watch maker, 8, Market fpace* 

I ickfon Thomas, ill, Baltimore ft. 

Hickcocke Nat il, precincts. 

Picks ,. cook ftiop, Public alley. 

Picks James, one of the ftceet managers, High ft. Old town>- 

Hickey & Boland, bottling cellar, 3, Bond ft. F. Point 

Hildebrand Jacob, S. Fredk. ft. 

Hillen Peter, inn keeper, 76, Bond flF. Point. 

Hill George, book ftore, 24, Bait. ft. 

Hill Anthony, cordwainer, 133, Baltimore ft. 

Hmies Soloman, inn kee[ er, Fed. hill. 

Hinckell John, grocer, Liberty ft. 

Henley Charles, phyflciao, S. Gayft. 15, 



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riorNLlnlas, High ft. Q] ' nw n . 

■Hifon George, rigger, 51, Alifanna ft. F. Poinfc. 

Hoby John, hatter, Yorl . hill 

Hobes Anne, hunter, Green ft. Old town. 

HoJgkis Thos. B Qneen ft. Oi I town. 

H odgkis capt 114, Bond. it. Fells Po^t. 

Hoffman Andw. carpenter, Winon ft. Old-town. 

Folfman P. & Sons, i3, Calvert ft. 

HofFma 1 Geo. mercht. 4 Calvert ft. 

Hoffman Jacob, currier, 7 Cheapfide. 

Hoffman Peter, jan. mercht. 5s; Baltimore ft. 

Hoffman Danl. batcher, E-ita.v ft. 

Hoffman John, cabinet maker, Wilke ft. F. Point,, 

Hogan Nicholas, faddler, German ft. 

Hogan Patrick, n, Ceorge ft. Fells Point. 

Hogan John, mariner, 1 7 Lk>. Do. 

Hogan John, tinplate maker, 205, Baltimore ft. 

Hollbrooks Thomas, carpenter, French ft. Oldtown^ 

Holder John & Henry ftore, 75, S. Gayftreet. 

Hollands VVm. attorney a law, Sharp ft. 

Kollins John, counting houfe, f, and dwelling 46 S. Gay ft* 

ITcningl^oiin r r : ios. k Sa.nl. merchts. 41 Calvert ft. 

Holling! worth Zebulon, attorney at law, N. Calvert ft. 

Hollingfwotth Thos. dwelling, rj, South ft. 

Holmes FHward, 20 Pratt ft. 

Holmes Jas. trader, CarMeft. F. Point. 

Holmes Janes, blackfmith', S. Freak ft. 

Holmes John, mercht. 13, S. Charles ft. 

Holton Join, fliifteier, 96, Strawberry alley.. 

Honeycqmbe John, Bridge ft. Old-town. 

Hoof William, taylor, Primrofe alley. 

Hook .Ferdinand, wheelright, 90, S. Charles ft, 

Hook John, ceder cooler, s6, AliiTanna ft. 

Hook William, Primrofe alley. 

Hopkins John B. city colled o'r, 8, N. Charles ft. 

Hopkins Gerrard, cabinet maker, 39, N. Gay ft. 

D'tto, grocer ftore, county wkaii. 

Hornby Walter, Winon ft. Old-town. 
Horn Martin, grocer, 60, Howard ft. 
Horn John, wheelright, Higli ft. OLi-town. 
Horner Ezekiel, brickma^er, S. Howard ft. 
Horftman John, Inn keeper, 19, Green ft. Fells P., 
Hongh John, merchant, 13, Cheapfide. 
Hois John,, huckfter, S. Howard, 1.1. 



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!Io r € Frederick, Do. 

Hough Jbhrtj Liberty ft. 

on, taylor., 6, Gay IT. 
■Hoult-. Id fmiths, 122, Baltimore ft 

Houie Peter-, hairdreffer, 32, N. Gay ft. 
Hovvard William, merchant, 84, I ..it. ft. 
Howard Jofhua, cordwainer., Green ft. Old town. 
Heward George, carpenter, Duke ft. Do. 

Howard Henry, labourer, 44, Ligl t ft. 
Howard Daniel, iea captain, N. Frederick ft. 

imes, ini, carpenter, 36, Anre it. Fells Point. 
Howard William, mariner, Aj pie alley 23, Do. 

Ho'.vel bid ward, carter, 36, Wolf lb Do. 

Ho* land Daniel, grocer, 47, Bait. ft. 
Howier John, wheclrigr.t, Second ft. 
Howfer Joho, do. High it. Old-town, 

Hoy John, fh'p car] enter, strawberry alley, io, Fells P, 
Hughs John, wheclng t, Precincts. 
Hughe Ldward, mariner, a, Apple alley. 
Hughs b.lijah, bla kfmith, 1 19, Bond ft. pells Point. 
Hughs Humphrey, taylor, North jft. 
Hugh* Chriftopher, Forrefl ft. Federal MM, 
Hugg Jacob, grocer, 155, Bond ft. Fells Point. 
Hugner Jacob, cart enter, Strawberry alley. 
Humphreys James, livery liable, Commerce ft. 
HuHter George, painter £c giazicr, Fayette ft. 
Hunt M. S. merchant, 61, Baltimore ft. 
Hunt James, carpenter, Happy alky. 
Hu {.field Henry, mufician, Conowagoft. 
Hurley Robert, painter & glazier, 57, AliiTanna ft. Fells P, 
Hurley George, Briton ft. Old town. 
Hurft William, Tea car tain, 3, Shakefyear alley, F. P. 
Hufband & Spalding, 10, Com ty wharf. 
Hufband & , tanners and curriers, 3 7 > W'aterft. 

Hufley Nathanial, inn-keejet, N. Howard ft. 
Hufley Jacob, currier, Wilk ft. Fell* Point. 
Hufley & Fifher, tanners & curriers, Cheapflde. 
Huflon James, jeweller, 1 14, Bait. ft. 
Hutchins Catherine, boarding houie, 35, Water ft. 
Hutchins Samuel, fea captain, Phil| ot ft. 8, Fells Point 
ilutman Jacob, laft maker, George ft. 
Hutton James, ftore, 24, Bait. ft. 
Hutton William, trader, N. Howard ft. 05- 
Hutton & Colfton, bakers, Put ft. 16, Fells P. 



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Fuxton HugH, \-hitc fmith, L'ght ft. 31. 

jjynfpn Kathaniel, cabinet raafler, 98^ Bond ft. F. 



J ACOBS Mofes,,mfcrcht. 16 Market fpa-ev 
Jacobs Saml. taylcr, Calvert ft. 34. 
Jacobs Jofeph, capt. of rhftfatch, 10 S. Gay ft. 
Jacol s Wm. fail maker, tj Market ft. F. Point. 

Jacob William, rnerci.t. 5 Bow leys wlarf. 
Jackfon George, butcher, York ft. Old town. 
Jackfon William, earpt. Pittft. Uldjown. 

Jackfon Wm. dwelling, 9 Phillpot ft. 

■ • pump "& block maker Hop, 40 Thames It 

Jackfon VVm. carter, New ft. 

Jack k a-n.lton, grocers, 23 1, Bait. ft 

Je.ii ey James, merchi. (,2, I anoverft. 

Jalland , inn keeper, Wilke ft. F. Point. 

Janes Amos, grocer, 48, Lrg' t ft. 

James I arvey, car^ t. Ruxton lane. 

James George, cordwainer, George ft. F. Point. 

James Wm-inn keeper, \i s Snakefj ear ft. F. Point. 

James John, tallow chandler, Delaneys alley. 

James Jacob, carpi. N. Fre; erick ft. 

Janney & Scott, roerchts. Dugans wharf. 

Janney Lewis, preceptor, York ft. 

Jaquctte John, gentleman, 16, Aliffanna ft. Fells Point* 

Jitzchkin Philip, grocer, upperend of Baltimore it 

Jenkins Edward, faddler, 37, Charles ft. 

Jenkins Thomas C. ftore 12, Calvert ft. 

Jenings James, grocer, George ft. Old-town. 

Jenny James, Precincts. 

Jobe Morris, black fmith, Phil pot ft. L\, Fells Point 

Johns Hofier, 22- Ball. ft. 

Johonnot George, boarding houie, N. Gay ft. 

Johnfton Samuel, attorney at law, 33, Hanover ft* 

Johnfton Mathew, bricklayer, Chatham ft. 

Johnfton John, North ft. 

Jo- <\on George, butcher, York ft. Old-town, 



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Jolinfion William, Howard's hill. 

Johnfton David, cordwainer, Bridge ft. Old- town. 

Johnfton Edward, K. George 11. Do. 

Johafton James, taylor, Bond ft. 2, Fells Poin. 

Johnfton John, lea captain, Market ft. Do. 

Johnfton Elizabeth, huckfter, Lancafter ft. 13. 

Johnfton Sarah, Apple alley, 70, Fells P. 

Johnfton Henry, tin manuf'adtorer, 188, Bait. ft. 

Johnfton Thomas Dr. 1 7, Light ft. 

Johnfton Charles, merchant, ici, Bowleys Wharf. 

Johnfton William, mariner, 95, Anne ft. Fells Point. 

Johnfton Thomas, cabinet maker, Wiik ft. Do. 

Jolly & Co's grocery 42, Light ft. 

Jolly William & Co. merchants, 28, Calvert ft. 

Jolly John A. merchant, 91, South ft. 

Jolly Daniel W. cordwainer, 4, Light ft. 

Jones Richard, paint and oil ftore, 32, Calvert ft. 

Jones Auberry, cordwainer, Cumberland Row. 

Jones Wiliam, do. Harrifea ft. 

Jones Iiaac, cabinet maker. 

Jones Sufanna, widow, Water ft. 

Jones Richard, currier, Chcapficie, jp. 

Jones John, labourer, Public alley. 

Jones Ann, Hanover ft. 75. 

Jones Benjamiu, grocer, Saratoga ft. 

Jones Benjamin, bricklaver, Duke ft. Old town. 

Jones Richar*, paint & oil ftore, 18 Philpots ft. F. Pointy 

Jones L. lea captain, 10. Do. Do. 

Jones-Richard, fea captain, 36 Bond ft. F. Point. 

Jones John, inn keeper, Lancafter ft. F. Point. 

Jones Aquila, carpt. Shakei'pear alley, 27, F. Point. 

Jones Richard, pilot, 49 Anne ft. Do. 

Jones John, innkeeper, 48 Wiik ft. Do. 

Jones Charles, paver, Strawberry alley, 42, Do. 

Jones Moles, Rifle alley, Do. 

Jonts Jofhua, taylor, i arrifon ft. 

Jones Samuel, Wood corder, Alifanna ft. Old town*. 

Jones & Stremback, coachmakers, Liberty ft. 

Joflbp William, mcrcht Liberty ft. 

Joyner , decker, French ft. Old town. 

Ingles John, blacklmith, Charles 11. 

Inland Edw. Icrivener, 3S South ft. 

Inloe Elizabeth, widow, S^ Bond ft. F. Poin& 



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Inloe 8c Woelper, rtndue mafters, 29, Bom! ft. Po 
Inloe Jofhua,:ftcre, -- 69, Do. Do. 

Inloes James, cord trainer, 26, Thames ft. Do. 

Inloes John & -Paul & Co. grocers, 195:, Bait, ft 
Jfaac Adam, carter, Alifanna ft. 8, F. Point. 
Ives James, cordwainer, Water ft. 
Juden John, taylor, 201, Baltimore ft. 
Jufiis Jofcph, taylor, So? Baltimore ft, 
Juilis Jofcph, dwelling 36, N. Gay ft. 






JX AMINSKY Alexander, boarding houfe, Banket. 
"Kean Z. inn keeper, F. ft. 28, F. Point. 
Kean H. Kingfmill, upholfterer, North Gay ft. 
Keatinge George, book ftore, 207, Baltimore ft. 
Keatinge Henry S. book. ftore, 158, Baltimore. ft. 
Keeble Humphrey, pilot, 47, Wolf ft. F. Point. 
Keel Henry, Baltimore ft. 233. 
Keel Thomas, attorney at law, 54, N. Gay ft. 
Keen Edward, cordfrainer, 4 Cheapfide. 
Keen Wm. windfor chair maker, Prince ft. Old town. 
Keepots P. George, notary public & broker South ft 32. 
Keilholtz Jolin, baker, S. H oward ft. 
Kell John, baker, Ten feet alley. 
-Kell Thomas, lawyer, 54, N. Gay ft. 
Kcl'enberger George, dry good ftore, 210, Bait. ft. 
Keller John, plane maker, Happy alley, Old town; 
Keller John, currier, 10 Cheap fide. 
Kellon Mary, widow, Sharp ft. 
Kelly John, waterman, S. Gay ft. 
Kelly Patrick, grocer, Public alley. 
Kelly John, potter. Winon ft. Old town 
Kelly James, mariner, Wolf ft. F. Point. 
Kelly Patrick, carpenter, 46, Fells ft. 
Kelmimer Francis, Saratoga ft. 
Kelfo Mary, grocer, Albermale ft. Old town. 
Kelfo John & George, butchers, French ft. Old town. 
Jven?,b Quintin, jCbijgcarr enter, Fleet ft. 55. 



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Kern -. Frederick, Co North Gay 5. 

Hfigh ft. Old town. 
cdy John, port . i ft. Do, 

Kennedy Robert, c:. berry ft. 

Kennedy Anthony, Joh raerchfs: Balt.ft 172. 

Kcnfhaw », innkeeper, High ft. 

own, ir.r. timore ft. 

. grocer, z*, f 

Kerr Thomas, Brewer, between Hanover & Baltimore fts, 

Kerr James, carter, Federal hill. 

Kerr John, teacher, Lombard ft. 

Kerfon William, grocer, 7S N. Howard ft. 

Kermes Joleph, taylor, Bait. ft. 91. 

Kerrell , dotfer, Gorman ft. near Howard fb 

Kemck Rodger, innkeeper, 30, Philpot ft. 

KeyAbner, taylor, Winon ft. Old town. 

Key James fc. mercht. CumberlanJs Row. 

Keyfei Derrick mercht. 103, N. Howard ft. 
er Cafper, French ft. Old town. 

Kilty John, fupervifor, dwelling S. Howard ft. 7. 
Do. office 43, S. Gay ft. 

Kim Frederick, butcher, federal hill. 

Kiraes Frederick, trunk maker, Howard ft. 70, North. 

Kinby Samuel, dry good ftore, South Howard it. 

King Charles, inn keeper i< mere! ant, Water ftreet, corner of 
Frederick ft. 

King Benjamin, Fells ft. F. Point. 

King Thomas, carpenter, Lombard ft. Do. 

King Elias, do. Eutaw ft. (weft fide) 

King Davi I, labourer, Woli ft. Si,F. Point. 

King Jacob, cabinet maker, Canowago ft. 

King John »Sc William, grocers, corner of Frederick and Wa- 
ter ft*. 

Kintz Geogre, carpenter, N. Howard ft. 

Kipp John, 16 Cheap fide. 

Kipp John, hucfter, 44 Light ft. 

Kirby William, inn keeper, Market ft. F. Point. 

Kirk Felix, teacher of the Mathematics, 5, Pitt ft. 

Knott James, hat warehoufe, 94, Bait. ft. 

Koneeke I. G. & Kramer, merchts. 152, Baltimore ftfi 

Koneeke Nicholas, mercht. 152. 

Konig Auguftus, toy (hop, 12, N. Howard ft. 
tie G. baker, Water ft. 

Kranfe Chrillian, taylor, 31, Thames #; 



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Krebsjohn, coarlwainer, Pratt ft. 94. 

Krebs William, birckmaker, Eden it. 50, F. Point, 

Kurtz Danial, Holiday ft. near the Falls. 

Kuncr Peter & John, guiifmiths, Green ft. North fide. 



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rABINTRIE Roy, gentleman, North ft. 
Lacombe Madam, young ladies boarding fchool, Harrifon ft. 
Ladman George, cordwainer, Fleet ft. F. Point. 
Lague John, grocer, Water ftreet. 
Lamb John, block maker, Duke ft. Old town. 
Lambert Elifhet, chapel hill. 
Lambert Morris, Market ft. zi, F. Point. 
Lamcart Henry, black fmith, Liberty ft. 
Lampold George, butcher, Green ft. Old town. 
Landin Thomas, (Kip carpenter, 49, George ft. F. Point. 
Landres Peter, rigger, Argyle alley. 
Lannay Louis, ftarch & hair powder manufacturer, 67 Bond ft. 

Lanfer John, carpenter. , 

Lantax Michael, lock maker, 40 Light ft. 
Latour John, mercht. $. Gay ft. 4. 
Lapping Bridget, mopkeeper, Eutaw ft. 
La r ftone Elizabeth, widow, 6 Wolf ft. 
Lauderman Frederick, tobacconift, 21, Bond ft. F. Point. 
Laure & Bererger, 36 Baltimore ft. 
Law Anthony, cabinet maker Fleet ft- 
Lawbond G.fafauge maker, French ft. Old town. 
Lawles James, labourer, Alber marie ft. Old town. 
Lawrence Fredk. nailer, Briton ft. Old town. 
Lawrence Jacob, nail manufacturer, Duke ft. Do. 
Lawrence Richard, anchor maker, Fells ft. Do* 

Lawrence John, (nip joiner, 58 Apple alley. 
Lawrence William, bricklayer, 55, Anne ft. 
Lawrence Richard, blackfmith, Alifannaft. 7S. 
Lawfon Richard, Albermarle ft. Old town. 
Layman John, blackfmith, 48, Alifaana ft. 
Laraubec Daaiel, flioe ibre, Baltimore ft. 6a. 



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Leaky John, cooper, Commerce ft. 25. 
1 eague Mary, widow, Bridge ft. Old town. 
League John, Fells ft. 8, Fells Point. 
League Abraham, cordwainer, 18, Fleet ft. 
Leakin Elizabeth, fchoolmiftrefs, Frederick ft. 
Leander Jofeph, Sharp ft. Old town. 
Le Cot William, innkeeper, 4S Market fpace. 
Le Due Lawrence, grocer, 34 Fells if. F. Point. 

. , lio. IO, Do. DO. 

Le Dwere Lewis, druggift, 40, Baltimore ft. 
Lee John, mercht. 37, S. Calrcrt ft. 
Lee Michael, waggoner, Ruxtons lane. 
Lee John, cooper, 48,Pra!tit. 
Lee James, labourer, Briton ft. 
Lee John, grocer, Bond ft. 50. 
Lee Thomas, conflable, Shakefpcar alley. 
Lee Jacob, fliip carpenter, Apple alley, 11. 
Lee George, Tea captain, Wilk ft. 3. 
Leflat Peter, grocer, 12, Baltimore it. 
Lefaver Nicholas, cordwainef, Harrifon ft. 
Legarde Jofeph, cordwainer, 76 Charles ft. 
Legnadena , gentleaum, Apple alley. 

Lemmon & Levering, merchts. 28, Cheap fide.. 
Lenarg Mary, cook (hop, Water ft. 
Letey Jofepb, grocer, Thames ft. 30. 
Letey Peter, hair drefler, S.Charles ft. 
Le Ret Peter, jeweler, 137, Baltimore ft. 
Le Rew James, taylor, Wood ft. 
Lerey Andrew, weite & blackfmith, Hanover ft. 
] ,e Touch James, fea captain, 35, South Calvert ft, 
Levering Aron, grocer, Cheap lbie, 22. 
Levering Jefie, duelling 60, Hanover ft. 
Levering & Co. Cheap fide, 23. 
LevcJy Catharine, boarding houle, 29, N. Gay ft 
Levefton James, ftone quarrier, Chapel hill. 
Lewis Taomas, baker, S. Frederick ft. 
Lewis Philip, grocer, Bridge ft. Old town. 
Lewis John, raillright, Green ft. 
Lewis Peter, hair drefler, maiket fpace, 22. 
Lewis Henry, widower, Frederick ft. 
Levey Hetty, dwelling 38, South Gay ft. 
Leypold Frederick, grocer, N. Gay ft. 
Leypold John, fugar refiner, Hanover ft, 

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Libert Sc Co. merchts. "Baltimore ft. 
Light Francis, Carter, Dutch alley. 
Ligitner George, Bridge ft. Old town, 27. 
Lightner John, butcher, Green ft. Old town. 
Lilley William, cabinetmaker, 54/AIifonna ft. 
Lilley white Jofhua, carpenter, Alberraarle ft. 
Linrfenberg G. & Co. mcrchts. 204, Baltimore ft. 
Lindenberger George, mercht. Dugans wharf. 
Link Nicholas, labourer, Pratt ft. 
Linnettjchn, cabinetmaker, Dugans wharf. 
Linvill John, comb manufacturer, 70, Baltimore ft. 
Lipet Henry, mariner* Shakefpear alley, 19. 
Littig George, hatter, N. Gay ft. 
Little Robert, rigger, Apple alley. 
Little Peter, clock & watchmaker, 122. 
iLtttlejohn Miles, doctor oFphyfick, Water ft. 
Littlejohn Thomas, grocer, 19, Light ft. 
Litter Thomas, bookbinder, Front ft. Old town. 
Livers Arnold, hatter, 27, Charles ft. 
Livers Anthony, grocer, New ft. 
Lives JeftTe, ftiip carpenter, Gough ft. 
Livefay William, ftore keeper, Pratt flreet 10 & 14. 

Viathew, conftable, S. Calvert ft. 40. 
Lodner Margaret, widow, Alifanna (1. 40. 
Lode M. inn keeper Boncjit 94, F. Point. 
Loering Nathan k John, merchts. 13. County wharf. 
Logan John, fruit ftore, 66 Baltimore ft. 
Logftone Jobe, cordwainer, Fleet ft. 32, F. Point. 
Lohey Jofeph, 2j, Charles ft. 
Long Kennedy, grocer, 41 Baltimore ft. 
Long James, cletkef the market, Baltimore ft. 3. 
Long James & Co. mcrcka nts, 13 S. Calvert ft. 
Long Robert, , Paffivc ft. 

Long Sam. el, cordwainer, S Market ft. F. Point. 
Long Michael, grocer, Poilpot ft. F. Point. 
X-oig Thomas, taylor, Bond ft. 16, F. Point. 
Long Edw. deputy naval officer, Front ft. Old town. 
Lordes Elizabeth, widow, Shakefpears alley. 
Lorman & Fulfords, merchts. Bowleys wharf, 14^ 
Lorman William, dwelling St. Pauls lane. 
X.otes Henry, cordwainer, Argyle alley, 21. 
Lotts Jacob, lieutenant of the watch, Chapel hill. 
Love Elizabeth, widow, Eaft ft. 
&9re Peter, mercht. S. Howard ft. j. 



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Loyd Peregrine^ hatter, 36 S. Gay P.. 

Loyd William, Liae ty It. 

Lowry -Maria, wafhei woman, C 

1 ,n vy Jo in, butcher. Front ft. <■ 

Lowry Samuel, mariner, 29, 

Lowry George, grocer, 17 6. Charles ft. 

Lyon William, taylor, Bank ft. 

1 John, c itler, t8, Pratt ft. 

1 Samuel, grocer, North Ik. 
Lyett Samuel, grocer, K. Howard ft. 49 



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ACDON VLD Alex. & Co. merchts, 169 Bait. ft. 
Mackiejohn, baker, Tenfoot alley. 
Mackinhei - warehoufe, 1- harf. 

ter, co. Do. 

Mackinh< imer John, d celling Bridge ft. Old town. 
Mackinhei mer i\ter, do. Do. 

lylor, Liberty fl. , 
Macke; et, feamftres, 36, Bon 1ft. F. Point, 

Mackey Catharine, fhop keeper, 55 Wilk ft. 
Mackey A Jam, labourer, prccinAs. 
Macklin Jo'm, \ r, Dakeft. Old town. 

iMackrell I. doctor, Frederick ft. 
Magruder W. B & Co. merchts. 1 73 Baltimore ft. 
Mahoney Thomas, taylor, £3 Apple alley, F. Point. 
Maid Maitha, widow, 53, Sough it. 
Maidwell James, innkeeper, 18 Marketfpace. 
Mailey Mary, waft r woman, Primrofe alley. 
Malhollen Eliza, widow, Thames ft. F. Point. 
Mallet & Co. Bear ftreet Federal hill. 
Manen Thomas, fea captain, 59 Wilk ft. 

1 Robert, labourer, Lancafier ft. 4, F. Point, 
M uv.ell VVilliana, carpenter, 177 Bond ft. F. Point 
jMlanro Jonathan, grocer, 22 j Baltimore: Ik. 
Ma in Anthony, druggift, 120 Baltimore ft. 
MaoA Mary-Anae, boarding houfe, Water ft. 72. 



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Fredk. cordwainer, Bridge ft. Old town! 

sficl ! J. widow, Sharp ft; Old town. 
lant Root. VVilk ft. 23. 
Mar~h Perry, teacher, Alberjaarlc ft. 
Marfhall Safa ma, widow, High ft. Old town. 
Muma!! Joan, tayior, 62 S.Calvert ft 
Marshall J >hii, fhip carpenter, Cam. .en ft. 

b & Vtumey, grocers, 27 N. Howard ft. 
Marten [ohn, dwelling, Tcntaet lane — fhop 118, Bait. & 
Martin James, cabinet maker, Dugans wharf. 
Martin John, tayior, Do. 

Martin Hugh, carpenter, Pratt ft. 
Martin John, baker, Tenfeet alley 

Martin Tr.oaias, mafter of Alexandria packet, Camden ft. 
Martin John, butcher, Duke ft. Old town. 
Martin Alex, editor of the American, 86 Bond ft. F. Point. 

otfice, - 39, Do. 

Martin Luther, attorney general of Maryland, dwelling Hamp- 

fte 1 hill. ofrice 3, Calvert ft. 

Martin James, block 6C pump maker, 19 George ft. F. Point. 
Martin \ Jau T ret, dry good ftore, 43, N. Gay ft. 
Martin James, cabinet maker, Lovcdy lane. 
Marean Jonas, merchts. ig, Bowleys wharf. 
Mafon Benjamin, N.Howard ft. 86. 
Mathews Win. P. drugg^ft, ny, Bait. ft-. 
Mathews James, 29 Calvert ft. 
Mathews William, ftore, S. Calvert ft. 50. 
Mathews Wm. mercht. Dugans wharf. 
Mathews John, baker, Fayette ft. 
Mathews Henry, carter, Fayette ft. fouth fide. 
Mathews Geo. infpector of faked prorifions, Front ft: 
Mathews Saml. black fmith, Do. 

Mathews Anne, grocery ftore, High ft. Old town. 
Mathews Patrick, boardicg houfe, Queen ft. F. Point 
Matfon Thomas, blackfmith, 26 VVilk ft. 
Mattifon & Son, hatters, 16, N. Gay ft. 
Matzer Dan!, corrlwainer, Canawago ft. 
Mc Bride Ja nes, ftore, 32, George ft. F. Point. 
Mc Callifter Jno^ porter, Winon ft. Old town. 
Mc Callifter Charles, porter, Do. 

Mc Atear John, block maker, 50, Philpot ft. F. Poini 
Mc Candlefs, Robt & Geo. merchts. 84, S^uth ft. 
Mc Candel Thomas, mariner, Anne ft. 33 F. Point. 
Mc Cann John, do. 23 Shakefpear ft. D<A 



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McCarty Alex, grocer, 33 Wjlke ftr 

Mc Cannon James, mercht. 129, Baltimore A. 

Mc Cann James, fchool mafter, 5 Calvert It. 

Mc Candy John, between North & Fayette fts- 

Mc Coakey Wra. Granbyft; Old town. 

Mc Caufland Jacob, foap boiler, Bank ft. 

Mc Calkey Benjamin, ftore, 3 market ft. F. Point 

Mc Cay John, ftore, 18 Fells ft. F. Point. 

Ate Cay John, book-keeper, Wolf ft. Do. 

Mc Cay Andrew & Jofepb, cordwaiaers, 24 1. Bait ft, 

Mc Cayjno. Bond ft. 13, F. Point. 

Mc Connel Eliza, boarding houfe, 35, N. Gay ft. 

Mc Coil John, carpenter, Petticoat alley. 

Mc Clain Adam, black fmith, 60 South ft. 

Mc Clenfy Michael, grocer, 13 Water ft. 

Mc Cullock & Berhead, mercnts. 89 Bo w leys wharf. 

Ale Creary Wm. mercht. 19 S. Calvert ft. 

Mc Collen Duncan, black imith, 63 Alizanwa ft. 

Mc Cormack &: De Butts, hardware It ore, 5, South ft. 

Mc Cormick J-imes, jun. merchts. 236, Baltimore ft. 

Mc Conkey Thomas, carut. Queen ft. Old town. 

Mc Combe Aquila, black fmith, Howards hill. 

Mc Curdy Hugh, mercht. 16 Sc 9, S. Calvert ft. 

McGoiian, feca tain, 1 6, Bona 1:. F. Point. 

Mc Caflcey John, baker, 13 PhilpottlL F. Point. 

Mc Cullen Mathew, tallow chan ;ler, harles ft. 

McClure John, fruitftore, 127 Marketft. 

Mc Coneld James, bricklayer, 143, Bond ft. F. Point, 

Mc Dole John, turner, County wharf, F. Poinj. 

Mc Do'.vall Thomas, tallow cl andler, Caroline ft. F. Point. 

Mc Dowall Thomas, mariner, 21, Phil pot it. 

Mc Dowall Thomas, grocer, 4r \V ilk ft. 

Mc Do rail George, book hinder, 3 South ft. 

Mc Dormet Hetty, widowj Bank ft. 

Mc Donald ^V m. H Co. 5, Boleys wharf, oflice for the French- 
town packets. 

Vc Donald Sarah, widow, North Gay ft. 

Mc Donald Hugh, inn keeper, Bri !ge ft. Old town. 

Mc Donald Alex, ftore, 52 Bond ft. F. P. 

Mc Donald Sam I. cord wainer, 2$, Do. 

Mc Donaugh John, bricklayer, Federal hill. 

Mc Elderry Thomas, dwelling, Old town, near the Friend's 
meeting houic. 

Mc Fdroy Janes, porter, Saratoga ft. 

McElroy & vV.lion, taylors, 12 Fell* A 



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Mr. Elheny Martin, Harrifon ft. 

Mc Fadou John, dwelling Albermar-Ie ft. Old town, 

Mc Fadon William, grocer, Granby ft. Old town, 

Mc Fadon Johw, & Co. Wood ft. 

Mc Fa !on Rebecca, Grandby ft. Old-town. 

IV c Feres Alexander, St. Pa- Is lane. 

Mc Ferren John, baker, Water ft. 

Mc Flaherty John,-blacklmith, nj., Sftalcefj ear ft. 

Mc Gonnel Robert, bricklayor, Winon ft. Old-town.--- 

Mc Gilljohn, rarpent. Fleet ft. i-i, Fells P. 

Mc Gowen John, dwelling, Strawberry alley. 

M c Gurk Jane, . 23, N. Gay ft- 

M c Glufhin Wm. plaifterer, Public alley. 

M c Gragon , baker, Queen ft. 

Mc Henry Dennis, cordwainer, Conowago ft. 

Mc Hugh , taylor, 58, Bond ft. Fells P.". 

Mc Kandlefs Neil, porter, Winon ft. Old- town. 

Mc Kim John & Son, merchts. 78, Bait. ft. 

Mc Kim John, jun. do. 108, Do. 

Mc Kean & Munfon, china ftore, 24, De. 

Mc Kim , dry good ftore, 2,7, Do, 

Mc Kim Robert & Alex, merchants, 14, South ft." 

Mc «&i ni e y \ ¥ rn . c o per, d v. • e 1 1 i ng . 1 o , Com m e re e #. a nd 

fhop 54 South it. 
Mc Kinfey -Archibald, 36, Fleet ft. Fells Point. 
Mc Koon ^'ary, widow, Jones ft. Old- town. 
Mc La'tghlm Daniel, ftore keeper, Bridge ft. Do. 
Mc \ ahon Michael, grocer, Second ft. near the Falls. 
Mc MenemenOwen, do. corner of Pratt Sc Chares ftrects* 
Mc Meehen David, lawyer, 4, N. Calvert ft. 
Mc Meehen William, do. Do. 
Mc Meehen Hanria, ■ .Wilk ft.- 67, Fells Point. 
Mc Mullen Thomas, millright, Precincls 
Mc Mullen Alexander, carter, Duke ft. Old-town. 
Mc Mullen Robert, labourer, Harrifon ft. 
Mc Myers John, clock maker, dwelling 46, Philpet ft. and 

fliop lower end of Bond ft. • 
Mc Nare John* taylor, Lumber ft. 
M c Nemara Thomas, inn-keeper, 11, Wilk ft. Fells P. 
M c Napp , Oyfter man, Carifle ft. 

M c Quiim William, Primrofe alley. 
Mc Sherry William, grocer, 145, Bait. ft. 
Mc Shane Alex, ftore keeper, 42, S. Calvert ft. - 
Mew&n. , taylor, 2j, Light ft. 



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Meyer S-c Luttiy, merchts. 69, South ft. 

.if Abraham, Fells Point. 

Meard Martha, widow, Goughft. J3, Fells Point. 
ft erofly Jofeph, confta&Ie, 11, Market fpace. 
MeiTerimith Samuel, dwelling N. Gay ft. 55. 
Mcflerfmjth William, ilore and dwelling 3 1 , N. Gay, 
Merry man Jcfliv.a, merchant, Bridge ft. Old to* n. 
Merryman William, dry good ftore, 31, Eak.lt. 
Merier Z. J. Light ft. 58. 
Midleton Sufanna, wafherwoman, Liberty ft. 
Milder Oliver, Granby ft. Old-town. 
Milford James, mariner, Thames ft. iS, Fells P. 
Wiles James, ft ft. 29, Fells Point. 

-s Zachariah, grocer, 22 8, Ealt. ft. 
!V;iles Daniel, mariner, 29, Ann ft. Fells Point, 
I\'- jics Sarah, Nort!) Frederick ft. 
Millard .Vary, widow., Briton ft. Old-town. 
N iller Emila, carpenter, Liberty ft. 
Miller William, inn keeper, N. Calvert JL 
Miller Peters tobaccordft, South ft. 31. 
M iller John, baker, market fpace, 34. 

Miller Catharine, market fpace-, 40. 

Miller i> ary, widow, Pratt ft. 4*. 

Miiler Adam, carpenter, Liberty!!. 
' T^ iller Patrick, Sore ktc . ge ft. Old town, 

erjofeph, tanner, Jones ft. Old town. 
:r Lev; is, black fmith, Jones ft. Old town. 

Miller Catharine, ' ■- w cxan, green ft. Old town, 
ler John D- trader, Bond ft. 75, F. Point. 
, rigger, Bond A. 1 ~_ 7. 
r William, labourer, Ap| le alley, 59. 

Miller James, grocer, N. Gay ft. 

^ iller John, wind for .chair maker, Bridgefi. Old town, 

k iller A . ccr, VVi'k ft- 35, E. Point. 

ler & Bar kly, brokers, Lovely lane. 

Millaman George, carpenter, Green ft. Old town-. 

Millener Fredk. mufician, S. Howard ft. 

Mirce Joleph, grocer, 46 Bank ft. F. Poiat. 

Mirfh Win. carpenter, Green ft. Oldtowa. 

n iinemer Samuel, labourer, Wolf ft. 75, F. Point. 

Miftee Eliza, grocer, 21 Light ft. 

Mitchell & Shepher , grocers, 20, Cheap fid** 

^"itchell Peter, inn keeper, market fpace, 6. 

Kitchell James, Iabourer| Camden ft. 



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Mitchell John, hatter, Camden ft. 

N itchell Arthur, French ft. 

Mitchell John, carter, George ft. Old town. 

Mitchell John, pilot* market ft. 46, F. Point. 

Mitchell L. dry good ftore, 238, Baltimore ft. 

Mitchell Francis, mercht. 49 Bait. ft. 

Mitchell , grocer, 5 Bond ft. F. Point. 

A otfett John, grocer, 6 County wharf. 

Molicr Henry, com miffion mercht. 19 Second ft. 

Holier George, black fmith, George ft. Old town. 

Moale Richard* regifter, dwelling South Charles ft. j§, 

, and oince 90 Baltimore ft. 

Moale Thomas, hardware ftore, 21 South Gay ft. 

Moule Jofeph & James, 33 S.Calvert ft. 

Moule Helena, 52 Hanover ft. 

Monroe Catharine, widow, Paflivc ft. 

Monroe , flonr ftore, 225 Bait. ft. 

Monday James, ftevedore, Strawberry alley. 

Monday John, labourer, N. Gay ft. 58. 

Monday William, circulating library, 184, Bait. ft. 

Mordock Jofeph, lea captain, A rgyle alley, 9 

Moncreeth Archibald, Secretary to the Baltimore infurance. 

company, 14 Water & 
Morgan Jofeph, coo ; er« Front ft. Old town. 
Morgan John, earpt. Shakeipear ft. 5, F. Point. 
Is organ James, Orip buiJuer, 3 Wolf ft. 
Morgan Win. rigger, 52 Arg> le alley. 
M organ Wm. & John coopers, 69, Alifanna ft. 
Mordicea Iiaac, High ft. Ola town. 
Mordicea M. Harri on ft. 
Morin James, infpeAor of lumber, Eaftfl. 
Morin Paul, carpenter, 1233011.1 ft. F. Point. 
Morris Camelion, water conducier, Saratoga ft. 
Morris Wm, innkeeper, Bridge ft. OJd town- 
Morris Benjamin, hatter, Front ft. 1 L.town. 
Morris Thos. carpenter, .56, George ft. F. Point. 
&/ orris 1 Tyfon, flour mercht*. 49 Light laae- 
Morrifon James, | ainter & glazier, rank ft. F. Point. 
> orrifo 1 Patlc. (lop (hop, 1 Fells it. F. Point. 
Morrrifon W.a. mariner, 4 Apple alley, Do. 
Morro.v John, tallow chandler, Second ft. near the Falls. 
Morrow Thomas, butcher, Do. Do. 

Morrow Jamos, porter, 'back of Howard & 
Morrow Wm. grocer, 4.*xaarktt£» 



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Morfcl Benjamin, carpenter Liberty ft. 
Morfe Abraham, inn keeper, 42 Fells ft. F. Feint. 
Mortimer Thomas, fh'p joiner, Sharp 1L 
Mofhier ■ hilip, black fmith, Albemarle & Old town. 
Mofs David, ihip carpenter, 4 Bond ft. 
M offey Jofeph, isBowievs wharf, and 101 Howard ft. 
Mawner David, butcher, precincls. 
Mowrer Peter, cordwainer, Camden fl. 
Mounoec Law, mercht. Liberty ft. 
Moufhet Henry, 52, Fleet ft, 
Mofhierjohn, mercht. Chatham ft. 
Mofhberger Danl. carpt. Liberty ft. 
Moociy James, turner, Eden fl. 33 F. Foint. 
Mooner David, butcher, New ft. 
Moores Daniel, doctor, 3, S. Gay ft. 
Moore Jacob, painter, Dugans wharf. 
Moore William, labourer, public alley. 
Moore Heary, fign painter, Fayette it. 
Moore Jacob, painter, and glazier, I'aflive ft. 
Moore VVm. car; enter, Sharp lane. 
Moore Charles, drover, precinels. 
Moore Benjamin, compofitor, 86 Howard ft. 
Moore t heoy, widow, 51, Ap; le alley. 
Moore John, rigger, 74, Argyle alley. 
Moore Thomas, 24Wilkeft- Do. 
Muldy Wm. potter, Green ft. Old town. 

Mull Jacob, turner, dwelling Fleet ft. 61, fhop FellsftF. P. 
Mullen Patk. ftore, Bridge ft. Old town. 
Muller Michl. German ft. 

Murry Edw. cordwainer, Front ft. Old town. 
Murry Kobt. C. do. Canawagoft. South fide. 

Murry George &c Co. grocers, 74 Charles ft. 
Murphy John, lea captain, 62, Fleet ft. 
Murphy John, grocer, Cheapfide 2. 
Murphy Wm. mercht. 63 Baltimore ft. 
Murphy James, (hop keeper, Hanover ft. 
Munge Henry, ian keeper, market fpaoe, 15. 
Mufliell William, mercht. Wood ft. 
Myerhoof Albert. Fe^ Hill. 

Myers Chriftian, ftore keeper, 23 Bridge ft. Old town. 
Myers Nicholas, manner, Bond ft. 62 F. Point. 
Myers Benjamin, mariner, Market ft. 16, F. Point. 
Myers Hanah, widow, Lancafter it. 16 F. Point. 

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Myers Jofeph, ehina ftore, Baltimore ft. t$. 
merchant taylor, 107 Pratt ft. 
; Henry, grocer, Lumber ft. Federal hilL 
pb, tobacconift, 59 South.il. 
:t, widow, Delanys alley. 
- 3 Jacobs glafs & china ilore, Dugans whar£ 
toyers Philip, baker, Cough ft. $6,F. Point. 
& yers J<>hn, baker, Green it Old town, 
wood fawyer, 36 Pratt ft. 
: John, boarding lioufe, ioLaricafter ft. F. Point 
h yerg Jofeph i; Co. mgravers, 40 S. Charles il. 



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li AGLl Henry, brickmaker, Ridgles, delight. 
Nallett Charles, carpenter, 50 Baltimore ft. 
Neal Edward, merchant, Cumberland Row. 
Neal Abraham, Water It 
Neal John, coach maker, Eaftft. near Gay ft. 
Neal Hugh, fexton to Prelby.terian church, upper end of Li- 
berty ft. 
Neal James, carriage driver, Sharp ft. 
Neal Chriity, inn keeper, Barry ft. 
Neal Girrard, merchant, 124, Baltimore ft. 
Neillbn J. C. & Co. merchts. 72, Baltimore ft. 
Neilfon Samuel, New ft. 

Nel.nsNoah, wholesale grocer, w County wharf. 
Nenrz Henry, nai! manufacturer, 149, Bond ft. F. Point. 

on Thomas, fea captain, Alifanna ft. F. Point. 
Nettie David, bricklayer, 24 Lanca&er ft. F. Point. 
Newcomer John, butcher, Dutch alley. 
Newton William, innkeeper, 87, Hanover ft. 
Newton Sarah, widow, 26, Boad ft. F; Point. 
Nicholas , widow, Apple alley, F. Point. 

Nicolls Henry, Eaftft. 

Nicoll Warren, fea captain, 13 Thames ft. F. Point. 
Ninde James, watchmaker, 24, Thames ft. F. Point. 
Nippard George, High ft. Old town. 
Nippard John, fegar maker, Slygers lane. 
Norberry Geoj-£e, bricklayer, Liberty ft, 



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Korge Marquis, labourer, N. Gay fi. 43. 
Normai Jofeph, cor £03, Baltimore 

Norris Wm. fun. & Co. flour merchts. 51', Light 
Norris Wm. & Co.dry good ftore, 2c C; I >ert ft* 
Norns James, cordwainer, Winonft. OKI town. 
Norris James, carpenter. Do. Do. 

Norris John, cordwainer, Bond ft. Fells Point. 
Norris Benjamin, hackney carriage keeper, pre< 

er Jacob, cordwainer, Liberty ft. 
Nufher Jacob, 83, North Howai I 
NuflearS. grocer, Libert;- It. 







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ATES William, hairdrefier, 14 Bond ft. 
O'Brien Michael, painter & glazier, New ft. 
0*Brien Charles, mercht. Cumberland Row. 
O'Brien James, ftore keeper, Pitt ft. 45, F. Point. 
O'Conner Michael, ftore keeper, ^hakefpears ft. 10, F. Point*- 
Odder & Co. hardware ftore, Fells ft. F. Point. 
Ogier John,goldfmith, 13 South ft. 
Ogle Samuel, carter, Front ft. Old town; 
Q'Hara Samuel, painter & glazier, Second ft. & duelling in 

Lafayette ft. 
O'Hara Patrick, painter, Briton ft. Old town. 
Of Hara William, pilot, Wolf ft. 69 F. Point. 
Oldham John, chair maker, 43 South ft. 
O'Lock Wiliiam, Pitt ft. Old-town. 
Oliver Robt. mercht. S. Gay ft. zz. 
O'Nail & Fry, cordwainers, 23, South ft. 
N'Neil Margaret, grocer, 42, Bond ft. F. Point. 
Ogelby & Wincheftcr, merchts. 93, Bowleys wharf. 
Otto H. Anthony, inn- keeper, 4, N. Gay ft. 
Oquirt John, ftore keeper, market {pace. 
Oriie Charles, barber, 16, N. Howard ft. 
Orourke John, mariner, Federal hill. 
Ofborae John, cordwainer, Fells ft. 47, F. Point. 
Overhall John, cordwainer, Whilkey alley. 
■ Owens William, merchant, 113 Baltimore Ik 
Owens Samuel, do. 65, Hanover ft. 

ings Pearce, flour ftore, Bowleys wharf. 

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AGE David, porter, back of Howard £. 

Paget , 52 Water ft. 

Pagon John, raercht. S. Charles ft. 7. 

Paillotttt Jofeph, tranflator of the languages, Primrbfe alley, 

Painter Godfrey, tobacconift, 69 N. Howard ft. 

Pampfrilion Thomas, inn keeper, 20 Bond ft. 

Panlock Ebenezar, grocer, 5 George fl. F. Foint. 

Pannell Edw. wine ftore, 33 South ft. 

Pannell John, coach maker, Green ft. Old town. 

Pannell Mrs. widow, 5 Queen ft. F. Point. 

Panaell Elizabeth, widow, Philpot ft. 33. 

Papift John, cooper, Green ft. Old town. 

Par John, hair drefter, Water ft. 

Parks John, mop keeper, Details alley. 

Parks Freak, porter, Bank ft. near F. Point. 

Park David, clerk of St. Pauls church, 37 Calvert ft. 

Parks Selio, Waggon alley. 

Parks Elizabeth, waiter woman, Fifh ft. 

Parks William, grocer, 42, Market ft. F. Point. 

Parks Nathan, porter, Petticoat alley, 69. 

Parker Robert, grocer, Front ft. 

Parker John, Eutaw ft. 

Parker John, New ft. 

Parker George & James, ftore keepers, Bridge ft. 

Parker Jofeph, carpenter, High ft. 

Parker James, fea captain, 22 Queen ft. 

Parker Archibald, carter, Strawberry alley. 

Parker James, fea ca r tain, 12, Alifanna ft. 

Parrifh Aichales, grocer, Briton ft. 

Parfhalljohn & James, dry good ftore, 
Parfons Daniel, cordwainer, Triplots alley. 
Parfons John, taylor, 46 Gough ft. F. Point. 
Parfons Patty, Argyle alley, 19, F. Point. 
Patterfon James, taylor, Bond ft. 61 F. Point. 
Patterfon William, (hip carpenter, Alifanna ft- 
Patterfon Suhel, tinman, Barry ft. Federal hilL 



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Patterfou William, cabinet maker, Albermarle ft. 

Patterfon William, mercht. & preiident of the bank of Maryland} 

18, South ft. 
Patterfon John, grocer, N. Howard ft. Si. 
Patterfon Moles, chair maker, 57 South ft. 
Patterfon Samuel, carter, Pitt ft. Old town. 
Patton 5c Jones, watch makers, 93 Baltimore ft. 
Paul John, taylor, (harp ft. 
Pawfon Mathew, mercht. i, Lee ft. Fed. hill. 
Paxton Ruth, grocer, M'Elderrys wharf. 
Paytoa John, cordwainer, Granby ft Old town. 
Payfon Henry, merchts. 75 South ft. 
Pearfe Richard, mercht. 97 Baltimore!!. 
Peackey William, Baltimore ft. 138. 
Pechin William, printer, 15 Baltimore ft. 
Peck Francis, carman, South Freak, ft. 
Peel William, ftiip joiner, 14 Fleet ft. 
Peirce Ifrael, mercht. 103 ! ahimore ft. 
Peirce Humphrey, Do. Do. 
Peirce Thomas, innkeeper, 34 Fells ft. F. Point. 
Peirce Nathanael, ropemaker, Strawberry alley,, 
Peirce Charles, /hip carpenter, Charles ft. 
Pennington Henry, bricklayer, Green ft. 
Pender Jacob, blackfmith, New ft. 
Perigen Jofeph, bricklayer, Front ft. 
Perimer Iiaac, bricklayer, Green ft. Old town. 
Perkins Sufannah, grocer, Britain ft. 
Perine & Co. ftore, Pitt ft. Old town. 
Perine H. Pitt ft. Old town. 
Perier Peter, merchant taylor, N. Fredk. ft. 
Peters Conrad, bricklayer, 117, X. Howard ft. 
Peters George, do. Dugans wharf. 

Peters William & Co. merchants, 26, South ft. 
Peters Sc Johnfon, brewers, George ft. 
Peters John, grocer, George ft. 
Peters Michael, blackfmith, Duke ft. Old town. 
Petre John, harnefs maker, 30 Light ft. 
Phibs Auguftus, ftiip carpenter, 51 maiket ft. F. Pointr 
Philips widow, 1 10, Bond ft. F. Point. 
Philip Ezekiel, book-keeper, French alley. 
Philippe Jofeph, taylor, Baltimore ft. rj6. 
Philippe Ifaac, fea caj t. Bank ft. between Light & Public alley. 
Pick Robert, lea captain, Albermarle ft. Old town. 

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Pickley Henry, carpenter, S. Howard ft. 

"Pidgcon John, printer, Front ft. 58, Old town. 

Pierpoint Thomas, carpenter, Chatham ft. 

Pilch James, tallow chandler, Bond ft. 91. 

Pindze Peter, boarding houfe, 9, George ft. F. Point. 

Pines Thomas, Strawberry alley. 

Piper James, merchant, Smiths wharf. 

Pipper & Williard, South ft. 58. 

Pitt Robert, cordwainer, Bank ft. 59, F. Point. 

Pleafant John &Co. mercht. 197, Baltimore ft. 

Pleafant Paul, cooper, Triplotts alley. 

Plowman James, taylor, 19, Fells ft. F. Point. 

Plumner Charles, carpenter, Strawberry alley, 

Poug James, carpenter, 245, Bahimoieft. 

Poe George, merchant, 183, Baltimore ft. 

Points James, cooper, Lexington ft. 

Pollock Elias, blackball maker, 13 Front ft. Old-town. 

Pqlkinhorn & Andrews, faddlers, 102 market ft. and Light & 

Pool Joieph, comb manufacturer, 12 Triplets alley. 

Pools William, plaiftercr, Briton ft. 

Ponney Jo r eph, plaifterer> High ft. Oldtown. 

Porter Edward, Front ft. Old town. 

Potts John, carpenter, 54, N. Gay ft. 

Potter John, bricklayer in the precincts. 

Pou'tney Thomas, hardware ftore, Bait. ft. 168. 

Powley widow, Briton ft. Ok; town. 

Praderjohn, grocer, 10S, Bond ft. F. Point. 

Pratt Frederick, dry good ftore, 107, Baltimore ft 

Pratt Sarah, fchool miftrefs, Petticoat alley, 

Pratt William, pilot, Sheakefpcars alley, 13. 

Pray Nicholas, labourer, Charles ft. 36. 

Preibury Jofeph, fchoolmafter, Wilke ft. 19. 

Prefbury George, juftice of peace, 38 North Gay ft* 

Prefton Ann, widow, Dutch alley. 

Pi eft man Thomas, grocer, 57 Wflk ft. 

Prefton & Huiton, faddlers, 34 South ft* 

P. ice Daniel, porter, Saratoga ft. 

Price Warrick, cabinet maker, High f ( . 

Price William, grocer, 90, N. Howard ft- 

'rice Jofeph, watchmaker, 35, S. Calvert ft. 

Price James, mercht. S j South 'ft. 

Prill Frederick, baker, South Gay ft. 

ftley James, principal of Baltimore academy, St. Paula lane. 
- Peter, grocer, 56 Light ft. 



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Prmglc Marie, mercht. 1$ Water ft. 

Pringlc Mark, do. 60, Hanover ft. 

PrcDtis on, taylor, 70, Bait. It. 

Proctor Ilaac, hardware itore, 114, Bait. ft. 

Proctor Levin, bricklayer, Old town. 

Proffer John, butcher, German ft. 

Prinederval Garret, inn-keeper, Thames ft. Fells P* 

Purfe 11 Henry, cabinet maker, 63 South ft, 

Purriance Kobert, collector of the cuitorns, dwelling King 

George ft. 
Purriance John, attorney at la//, office in Second ft. 

and dwelling, so S. Gaj ft. 
Purriance James, 23, S. Gay ft. 



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iUAIL Robert, cooler, Public alley. 
Quinten Divid, labourer, Public alley. 
Quintin Hugh, windfor chair otakcr, $z Gay ft, 
Quifick John, carpenter,. Greenft. Old town. 



AVA'P Johiij boarding-houle, 36, S out 1 - ft, 
Rapp D. H. baker, market ft. 20, F. Point. 
Rapp John, mariner, Cam en ft. 
Rabo g Chriflopher, cop] erfmith, 1 1 Water ft. 
Ramage N c iolat, Duke ft. Old t6wn. 
Ramfayja net, grocer, zi Thameift. F. Point, 
Ramfay Sarah, widow, Wolf ft. 7 , Do. 
Rarafay Nathaniel, cuftomhoufe officer, 248, Bait, ft, 
Randell Ifrael, carpenter, Liberty ft. 
Randall William, cooper, Chappcl hill. 



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Eift F. druggift & apothecary, 249 Bait. ft. 

Ratieae Richard, mercht. ijo, Baft. it. 

Ray John, carpenter, Commerce ft. 5. 

Read William, guailarfh, between 11 k 13 Water ft. 

Redding George, New ft- 

Redmond Elizabeth, washerwoman, 15 Petticoat alley. 

Reddy Samuel', taylor, Chanel hill. 

Redo Lua.hi, grocer, Bridge ft. Old town. 

ReeiNelfon, reverend, dwelling Light ft. 8. 

Reed Hannah, widow, Ruxtons lane. 

Reed Thomas, butcher, 32, Anne ft. F. Point. 

Reel James, iea captain, 2 Bond ft. F. Point. 

Reed Samuel, fchoolmafter, Wilke ft. 39. 

Reed James, fea captain, 2, Queen ft. 

Reefkugel Charles, tobaccon'ft, Lalayette ft. 

Reefe John E. mercht. 43, South Charles ft. 

Reefe Margaret, the upper end of Bond ft. 

Reefe George, trader, Bond ft. F. Point. 

Reefe William, butcher, Green ft. Old town.- 

Reefe Henry, butcher, Briton ft. 

Reefe Jofeph, carpenter, Low ft. 

Reefe John, carter, Fleet ft. F. Point. 

Reefe Jacob, pilot, 31 Anne ft. F. Point. 

Reeves William, iea captain, 37 Anne ft. 

Reeves Anthony, pilot, 59, Anne ft. 

Reeves Jacob, taylor, Carliile ft. 

Reeves Robert, mariner, 11 Lancafter ft. 

Regiiia Philip, labourer, 21 Pitt ft. 

Rei ly Michael, grocer, 1, Market ft. F. Point. 

Reif John, watchman, at the Bank of Diibount and Depofite. 

Rein Jacob, care ter, Dutch alley. 

Rein George, cordwainer, South ft. 51. 

Rein John, car, enter, Fleet ft. 47. 

Rein Michael, labourer, New ft. 

Rein John, tobacco f, inner, Waggon alley. 

Reinicker George, flour mercht. 223 Bait. ft. 

Reinhart Frederick, grocer, Market ft. 63, F. Point. 

Reiley William, cordwainer, Faft ft. 

Reily An Irew, ftore keeper, Queen ft. Old town. 

Reiley Danial, taylor, Briton ft. Old town. 

Reiley Stephen, taylor, Pitt ft. Old town. 

Repold George, mvcht. 170, Baltimore ft. 

Reyn John, boat builder, 47, Queen ft. 

Ri^e J. & Co. bookfeliers, 87, Baltimore i. 



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Ricejofeph, watchmaker, 55 S. Calvert ft. 

Richards Elias, fiow-mar., Triplotts alley. 

Richards John, carpenter, German ft. 

Richards Lewis, reverend, of the Baptift Church, Wapping fL 

Old town. 
Richardfon A. grocer ftore, 45 Bait. ft. 
Richardfon Renjamfn, grocer f^ore, Market fpacc. 
Richardfon Root. German ft. 
Richardfon Enoch,, carpenter, Fhilpots ft. 
Ricketts H. painter, Camden ft. 

ejohn, bottler, N. Frederick ft. 

bert, mercht. 157, Baltimore ft. 
ict, bottler, 61 Fells ft. 
Rildle William* carpenter, Jones ft. Old town, „ 

■, mariner, German ft. 
Rides E. labourer, Petticoat alley, 63. 
Rider Benjamin, porter, 72 Argyle alley. 
Ridgley Nicholas* grocer, 19 Howard ft. 
Ridgley Charles, of Ham;, ton, S. Frederick ft,, 
R!fte Sophia, waftier woman, Camden ft. 
Rigbey Robert, carpenter, Granby ft. 
Rigliter Jacob, china ftorc, 59 Baltimore ft. 
Righter Abraham, carpenter, Kidgleys Delight. 

ter & Co. fLoe ftore, 60 Baltimore ft. 
Ritchie Wm. rigger, Lancafter ft. 24. 
Ritel Mrs. grocer, Argyle alley, i 8. 
Roachbroom Lewis, mip builder, Pitt ft. 19, F. Point. 
Roch Jofeph, barber, Bridge ft. Old town. 
Roch George, car; enter, High ft. Do. 
Robbing Johs, painter, S. Frede^ickft. 
Robins Richard, mercht. 50, Baltimore ft. 
Roberts Rtchaid, hair drefler, 3c Calvert ft. 
Roberts Martin, waggoner, Hanover ft. 
Robinfon Samuel, dry good ftorc, County wharf, 3. 
Robinfon John, waggon alky. 
Robinfon 6c Broone, merchants, corner of Water & Market 

ftreets. 
Robinfon John & James, ftore, 2J4, Baltimore ft. 
Robiafon Samuel, ceder cooper, 20 N. Howard ft. 
Robinfon Ephraim, mercht. 41, N. Howard ft. 
Robinfon Daniel oc Thomas, grocers, 19 Howard ft. 
Robinfon John, inn kee er, - d it. 

Robinfon John, Ap| le alley, 13 F. Point. 
Robinfon Daniel k Son, grocers, County wharf, F. Point. 



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fnfoa Elijah, boarding houfe, Ruxton lane.- 
Koddfcy Patrick, bricklayer, Canawag«ft. 
Rogers Guv, fea captain, Camden ft. 
Rogers Jacob* hatter, South ft. z ., 
Rogers William, carpenter, High ft'. OB Towr. 
Rogers & Owings, merchts. 4, Bowleys wharf, 
Rogers Jo/hua, carter, 15, Lancafter ft. 
Rogers Nicholas", dwelling T53 Baltimore ii. 
Rogers John, hoarding houfe, 56 Pitt ft. 

John, labourer, \Viikft. 
Rook Henry, French ft. Old town. 
Roll Samuel, cutler, 37, Light ft. 
Ronen Francis, fhallopman, Carlit'Ie ft. F. Point. 
Rofs VV'lHam, dry good ffore, 7, Baltimore ft. 
Rofs Chailes, bifcuit baker, 06, Charles ft. 
Rofs Robert, fea captain, Market ft. 11. 
Roland Hannah, widow, Forreft ft. Old town. 
Rolfton Wm. porter, S. Howard ft. 
Rofenfteel George, dry good ftoie, 139 Baltimore IF. 
Rofenfteel George, N. Howard ft. ico. 
Rowen William, Tripiotts alley. 
Rowley John, china ftore, 229 Baltimore ft.- 
Roweings John, painter & glazier. 
Rownen Dennis, labourer, Charles ft. 
Rothrock Jacob, tin plate worker, 20 N. Howard ft. 
Rotl.rock Jacob, jun. tin plate worker, Jones ft. Old town, 
Roy William, black fiaith, 28 Light ft. 
Rucker Samuel*, copper, 32, Charles ft. 
Ruckle William, grocery & liquor ftore, 22 1 Baltimore ft. 
Ruckle ?a\i\, grocery % liquor ftore, 251 Baltimore ft. 
Ruckle Thomas, painter & glaiier, Howard it. 29. 

I>o. {hop in German ft. 

Rupoit Martin, 50 Bank ft. 
Ruffel Richard, carpenter, Kuxtons lane. 
KnfTel Charles, cdrdwainer, Albemarle ft. 
RuiT-1 Rebecca,. widow, South ft ie Liberty ft. 
Ruffd Alexander, porter, Lee ft. Federal Hill. 
Rutk John, butcher, Albe*marie it- Ola town, 
Ruften John, linfeed miller, Howard ft. 
R'itt Peter, inn keeper,. Laneafter ft* 23. 
R utter Michael, Barry ft. Federal hill. 
Rutter Jonathan, taylor, Bridge ft. Old town. 
Rutter Richard, mi[> carpenter, Strawberry alley, 6u 
Ruticr Thomas & Edward, merchts. 39 S Gay ft. 



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Ryand Bryand, grocer, Fleet ft. 65 F. Point. 
Ryland William, hardware ftore, 102 Baltirn 
Ryland Wuu grocery, wet corner ofSouth ft. 



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O ABLE John, ft Alifannait. F. Point. 

Shck John, carter, Howards hill. 
Sadler Jofeph, cor • . : ... Frederick ft. 
Salmon William, fhip carpenter, 84 Apple alley, F. Poiiit. 
Sampfon George, mercht. 108 Baltimore ft. 
Sampfon Jofeph, Rafter, rigger, Alifanna it. 31, F. Point. 
Sampfon George, mercht.6, Rowleys wharf. 
Sand ford Nicholas, rigger, 63, Wolf ft. F. Point. 
Sands Robert, cordwainer, Strawberry alley. 
Sanders Frederick, copperfmith, 82 Baltimore ft. 
s George, carpenter., back of Howard ft. 
Sarah, widow, Briton ft. Old to^rn. 
Sap John, painter &: glazier, Carlilleft. F. Point. 
Sarmon Detira, feamftrefs, 51 Petticoat alley. 
Savage George, umbrella maker, 38 Baltimore ft. 
Savage Patrick, cordwainer, 11 South ft. 
Savage Peter, tallow chandler, Second ft. 
Savant Jacob, Public alley. 
Sawyer Anthony, hair crefler, 43 South ft. 
ScharTer BaltZer, ftore keeper, 54, Baltimore ft. 
SchaefTer Frederick & Co. bruin manufactures, 14.2 Bah. ft. 
Schae. er George, dry good ftore, 16 market fpace. 
Schaeiler & Miller, merchts. corner of Pratt ft. Sc Cumberland 

Row. 
Schaeffer George, mercht. Dugans wharf. 
Schaeffer Frederick, brum manufacturer , 49 Cough ft. 
Schaeffer Jacob, grocer, 17, Fells ft. ft. F. Point. 
Schaeffer Frederick, (hip broker, 35, South ft. 
Schraegiy Michael, inn kieptr, j, Fells ft. F. Point. 
Bcheel* John, baker, N. Frederick it. 
Schroeder Henry, mercht. 167, Baltimore ftrecL 
Scott Michael 9 carpenter, Holiday ft. 



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Scott Jofeph, jun. merclu. 21 Cheapfide. 

Scott Jofeph, labourer, Lexington ft. 

Scott Andrew, fea Captain, Yotk ft. Old town* 

Scott Rofctta, George it. Old too. n. 

Scott William, grocer, High ft. Old town. 

Scott Andrew, cord v. ainer, 20 South Howard ft. 

Scrogs Hannah, boarding houfe, [ anover ft. 

Sears John* innkeejer, 1 75 Ealumore ft. 

Sears George, mercht. 9 Bowleys wharf. 

Searight James, gtafs & china itore, 135 Baltimore ft. 

Seekamp Albert, mercht. 161 Baltimore ft. 

Sellers Abraham, taylor, 19 Calves t ft. 

Sellers Agncfs, widow, back oi 77 Pratt ft. 

Sellmcr Jonathan, clerk in the Bank of Maryland, Cumberland 

Ro-,7. 
Seiweli John, hatter. Petticoat alley, 48. 
Semen Chriftian, carpenter, Green ft. 
Senginjohn, 1.4 Commerce ft. 
Senicny Jonathan, inn keej er, N. Liberty ft. 
Seitin A. James, taylor, 24 Fells ft. F. Point. 
Sexton Charles, cordwainer, 193 Baltimore ft. 
Shade John, taylor, 127 Baltimore ftreet. 
Sbalop Jacob, grocer, Nh Howat i ft. 9. 
Shalop John,clo. 1 1, N. Howard ft. 
Shane David, cytlerman, Thames ft. F. Point. 
Shane Jofeph, carpenter, George ft. F. Point. 
Shan ick Garrett, gentleman, High ft. Old town. 
Shanks George, labourer, South Charles ft. 14. 
Shanks William, taylor, Frederick ft. - 
Shannaman Abraham, carpenter, German ft. 
Sharp Bartly, labourer, Ruxtons lane. 
Shaw Catharine, fliop keeper, High ft. Old town. 
Shaw Robert, carter. Bridge ft. Old town. 
Shaw John, bricklayer, 55 Petticoat alley. 
Shean Peter, porter, 97 Pratt ft. 
Shedden John, grocer, 19 Water ft. 
Sheedy Mary, boarding houfe, 23 Fleet ft. F. Point. 
Sheenefy Rebecca, widow, boarding houfe, 16 Pratt ft. 
Shetz U Auchinbaugh, flour merchants, 75 Ho ward & 
Sheppard Thomas, taylor, 32 Bono ft. F. Point. 
Sheppard John, labourer, Frederick ft. 
Sheppard Thos. grocer, 77 Hanover ft. 

, Peter, car-| enter, 57, S. Charles ft. 
Sherren John, coor er, N. Frederick ft. 



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S&erlocfc John, merchr. 6j N. Gay fi. 

Sherlock John, merchant, 55 Water ft. 

Sherrulan William, pump borer, waggonalley. 

Sherwood Pliilip, clerk, Pitt it. 34, F. Point. 

Shields Zacharia, pilot, ^3, Anne ft. 

Shields David, hatter, 14, N. Gay it. 

S'nehis Solomon, cordwainer, 18 Bond ft. 

Shilling Win. carter, Bridge ft. Old town. 

Shilling Catharine, High ft. Old town. 

Shilling Tobia?, cabinetmaker, Granby ft. Oldiowa. 

Shipley Edward, hatter, Eautaw it. 

Shi rock John, pump maker, Pitt ft. Old town. 

S holly Adam, grecer, 91 Pratt ft. 

Shook George, bifcuit baker, Publick alley. 

Shonbenger John, ta) lor, Liberty it. 

Shoredy Mary, widow Camden it. Federal hill. 

Shortin George, plaifterer, back of 35 Wilke ft. 

Showmark Engrefs, white fmith, 39 Charles ft. 

Shu Ikes Richard, butcher, Front it. Old town. 

Shultz John, ftore keeper, 89, Baltimore ft. 

Shultz John, harnefs maker, i 7 Howard ft. 

Shultz & Burnes, fail loft, M'.tddrys wharf. 

Sidenftricker Daniel F. carpenter, Granby ft. Old tow** 

Sigers Francis, white and black fmith, Camden ft. 

Si Ives Francis, fegar maker, 29, Light ft. 

Silvy Manuel, carver and gilder, Second ft. 

Simons Jacob, carter, Howard ft. 

Simon Jofeph, innkeeper, 1 1 5, Howard ft. 

Simpfon James, grocer, corner of George and Market fls. 

Simpfon Walter, lumber, raercht. 56, Hanover ft. 

Simpfon James, fea captain, 57, Anne ft. F. Point. 

Simpfon & Johonnot, lumber yard, lower endofPubJick alley, 

Sincox Nancy, huxter, 14, Argyle alley. 

Sindell Peter, huxter, Jones ft. OU town. 

Singleton Wm. 11, North Gay ft. 

Singer Seth, fea captain, 17 S. Gay ft. 

Sinfon George, inn keeper, Light ft. 35. 

Sires John, cooper, Alifanna ft. 44. 

Sifoni Richard, mariner, Forreft ft. 

Sithjohn, carpenter, Green ft. Old town. 

Sivard Philip, carpenter, 77, Pratt ft. 

Skipper Thomas, carter, High ft. Cldtowi, 



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Skerret John, infpedor of the port of Batimore, 26 Market ft. 

Fells Point. 
Slater W ilium, hardware ftore, 77 Baltimore ft. 
Slaw Robert, teacher of mufic, Kail ft. 
Slay John, French ft. Old town. 
Slepy Jacob., carpenter, Lexington ft. 
Slip Mary, faufage maker, Petticoat alley, 36. 
Sluby George, baker, Camden ft. Howards I. ill. 
Small Joleph, carpenter., Hanover ft. 50. 
Small Michael, carpenter, Lexington ft. 
Small wood William, cordwainer., Alifanna ft 
Smell Peter, mullop man, Strawberry alley. 
Smith George, flour merchant, 24, Howard it. 
Smith Joleph, 101, Baltimore ft. 
Smith Mary, feamftrefs, Liberty ft. 
Smith James, inn keeper, 2, N. Calvert ft. 
Smith Thorowgood £c Ifaac, merchants, 22 Bowleys wharf. 
Smith John, jun. merchant, Gay ft. 3.2. 
Smith & Buchanan, merchis. 12, North Gay ft. 
Smith Arnold, black fmith, N. Frederick ft. 
Smith R. William, rope -maker, Cumberland Row. 
Smith Samuel, mercht. 37, Water ft. 
Smith R.. William & Co. rope and leather manufacturers, 66 

Water ft. 
Smith Samuel^ ftore, 19 Cheap fide, and dwelling, Pratt ft. 

Smith James, butcher, Briton ft. Old town. 

Smith Caleb, carpenter, King -George's ft. Old town. 

Smith Win. blackfmith, 1^, and dwelling 20, Queen ft. F. 

Point. 
Smith Edward, taylor, 5, Bond ft. 
Smith Elizabeth, inn keeper, 59, Bond ft. F. Point. 
Smith Richard, mariner, 105, Bond ft. Do. 

Smith George, hatter, 111, Bond ft. Do. 

Smith Charles, carpenter, 155, Bond ft. Do. 
Smith Philip, inn keeper, 137, Bond ft. Do. 

Smith John, hair drefier, 2, George ft. Do. 

Smith John D, do&or, 2, Fells ft. Do. 

Smith David, Hop ftiop, Fells ft. Do. 

Smith Jobe, efq. juftice of the peace, 22, Shakefpear alley. 

Smith James, phyfician, Lemmon alley, between Eaft and 
Baltimore fts. 

Smith Mary, grocer, St. Pauls lane. 

Smith Zachariah, fhip carpenter, Charles ft. 



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Sroith William, ffiip carpenter, Forrefl ft. Federal hilt 
Sm ; th Jacob, black fmith,Newft. 
Smith George, canrer & gilder, York ft. Old town. 
Smith Jofeph, cuflom houfe officer, Pitt ft. 
Smith John, cordwainer, Bridge ft. 
Smith Aquilla, rigger, Apple alley, 80 F. Point, 
Smith Daniel, ftiip carpenter, Fleet ft. 27. 
Smith Arthur, fea captain, 29 Fleet ft. 
Smith Adam, cedar cooper, 44, YVilke ft, 
Smith John, butcher, 46, Wilke ft. 
Smith John, carpenter, jr, Gough ft. 
Smith William, gentleman, 9 Calvert ft. 
Smith Wm. rope manufacturer, precincts, F. Poinf, 
Smith Robert, attorney at law, 8 Calvert ft. 
Smith Samuel, auctioner, 6S North Howard ft. 
Smdl Jacob, doctor, Thames ft. Fells Points 
fs Wm. chair maker N. GayiU 

:jr Jolin, 16, Howard ft. 
Snyder Andrew, tinman, 148, Baltimore ft. 
Snyder William, tinman, 191, Baltimore ft. 
Snyder Felty, hackney coach keeper, South Liberty ft. 
Snyder Elizabeth, midwife, Frederick ft. 
Snyder John, (hip chandler, 41 Fells ft. F. Point. 
S nyJer C.John, doctor of phyfick, 1 Liberty ft. 
Solomon: Michael, black fmith, High ft. Old town. 
Solomon Elizabeth, 41, N. Gay ft. 
Solomon Hime, merchant, Dutch alley. 

ion Myer, ftore keeper, 1 10 Baltimore ft. 
Solomon Levy, hardware ftore, 112 Baltimore ftv 
Solomon George, 11 3, Baltimore ft. 
Solomon Elken, broker, corner of Water & Frederick fts.- 
Spmers Lawrence, 64, Baltimore ft« 
Somen Mar-tin, grocer 8c cordwainer, Harrifon ft. 
Somen Janes, fchoolmafler, Sharp ft. 
Son Chriftian, waggoner, Green ft. 
Sowers Samuel, printer, Fayette ft. between Eautaw and 

Howard its. 
Sowerwine Peter, flour merchant, 05 Howard ft. 
Sparks Abfalom, porter, Briton ft. Old town. 
Sparks James, mariner, Pett ; coat alley, j\. 
Speck Henry, warehouse, Dugans wharf. 
Speck Henry, innkeeper, Water ft. 2. 
Spear Jofeph, mercht. 5, North Gay ft. ftore 8, Gay ft. 
Spencer Robert, German ft. 



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Spencer Benj. bricklayer, 89, Bond ft. F. Point 

Spray John, labourer, 50, Argyle alley. 

Spryer Lewis, currier, 8 Cheap fide. 

Stables William, upholfterer, 6, Light ft. 

Stagers Mary, grocer, N. Liberty ft. 

Stafford Henry, merchant, 15, N. Howard ft. 

Stafford Martin, carpenter, Fayette ft. 

Stafford Patrick, mariner, 43, Pitt ft. 

Stanfburry Thomas, grocer, Bridge ft. Old town. 

Stapleton John, hardware ftore, 212 5c dwelling 220, Bait. ft. 

Stapleton Rachel, brufh manufacturer, N. Frederick ft. 

Starr William, porter, Carlifle ft. F. Point. 

Etarr & Price, merchant taylors, corner of market & Fells 

fts.F. Point. 
Starick Nicholas, pcrter, High ft. Old town. 
Starling James, dry good ftore, 9, Baltimore ft. 
Starling William, dry good ftore, 1 1, Baltimore ft. 
Statton William, mariner, 32 Aliianna ft. 
Steel John, fhip carpenter, 29, Pitt ft. F. Point. 
Steel John, mercht. 165, Baltimore ft. 
Steiger Andrew, New ft. 

Steiger Jacob, butcher, fkin dreffer, & trunk maker, New ft. 
Steinbeck G. John, furier, Fayette ft. 
Steene H. Y. 25, Hanovei ft. 
Step John, tobacconift, Low ft* Old town. 
Sterel c -amuel, mercht. 30, - Q . Gay ft. 
Steret Jofeph, Do. 32, South Gay ft. 

Steret Jofeph, Do. 49, Water ft. 

Stevens James, carpenter, 82 Charles ft. 
Sterenfon John, clerk, 3 Bond ft. 
Stevenfon Edward, conftable, Dutch alley. 
Stevenfon Moles, Bridge ft. Old town. 
Stevenfon Henry, painter & glazier, Campton hill. 
Stewart John, glover, 4 Baltimore ft. 
Stewart Mary, widow, Green ft. Old town. 
Stewart Archibald, South ft. 
Stewart doctor, South Gay ft. 1 3. 
Stewart Robert, Cumberland Row — (two houfes.) 
Stewart Eleanor, grocer, Harriion ft. 
Stewart Robert, ftone cutter, Duke ft. Old town. 
Stewart Hugh, bricklayer, Duke ft. Old town. 
Stewart Daniel, mercht. 29, S. Gay ft. 
«S thwart Richardfon, nail manufacturer, coiner of Charles and 

Canawago ft*. 



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Stewart Charles, taylor, Canawago ft. 

vtewan Jeh-i, (lone quarrier, North ft. 

rtewart John, book binder, High ft. Old town. 

Stewart James, black fmith, Carlifle ft. F. Point. 

Stewart D. & *■ ens, raerchts. 19 P. Gay ft. & 14., Georgeft.F.P. 

Stewart James, fhip chandler, Thames ft. 2, F. Point. 

Stewart James, marriner, 15, Pitt ft. Fells P. 

Stjles George, manner, George ft. 31, F. Point. 

Stiver Daniel, harnefs maker, North ft. 

Stockct Henry, mariner, s3 Shakefpear alley. 

nan Henry, car;. enter, precincls. 
frtodder David, (hip builder, Philpot ft. 7, F. Point. 
Stoltzjohn, baker, S. Frederick ft. 
S tone, liaughan &Co. merdits. 99 Rowleys wharf. 
Stonall William, taylor and habit maker, 7 Thames ft. 

noch, printer, Eaft ft. 
Stowbridge Theophilus, Green ft. Old town. 
Stowbrfdge Jofeph, carpenter, Green ft. Old town. 
Stout George, innkeeper, 1 4. market fpace. 
Straback Peter, car] enter, South Frederick ft. 
J trane 1 li abeth, widow, Alifanna ft- 7- 
< trane Robert, grocer, 37 Fells ft. F. Point. 
&tran John, tanner, French alley. 
J: tricker John, mercht. 15, S. Charles ft. 
Strong Nicholas, coffee bag maker, Paflive ft. 

ng Sc Johnfon, dry goodftore, 69 Baltimore ft. 
Slump John, mercht. 37 Cheapfide, dwelling jj Pra 
; ttnges Join, butcher, Briton ft. 
Suchley George, mercht. 12 Light ft. 
Sn'mk John, plainer, Green ft. OU :o'.vn. 
, c ulivaa Margaret, huxter, Frederick ft. 
Snlivan Owen, earten, 190, Bond ft. 
fumenrile James, mercht. S8 Baltimore ft. 
Sumer Catharine, Bridge ft. 
Sumerring John, inn keeper, Federal Hill- 
Summond Henry, fchoolm after, Green ft. 
Sumwalt George, briekmaker, Federal Iiilf. 
Sum wait Frederick, black fmith, Lexington ft. 
Sutton Ifaac, fhipbuilJer, 47 Phifpotft. F. Point, 
Swan Samuel, carpenter, Bridge ft. Old town. ** 
Swan Leonard, bricklayer, French ft. Old town. 
Swan Jofeph, Calvert ft. 6. 

Swan John mercht. 112 Baltimo-e ft. 

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Swan Jofeph, merchant, 159, Bait. ft. 

Sway Daniel, gentleman, 72 Bond ft. F. Point. 

Sweeny E. S. mathematical inftrument maker, 45 Fells ft. 

Sheeny Richard, windfor chair maker, 2 Baltimore ft. 

Swire Philip, back of 4© Market ft- F. Point. 

Sybrund John, inn keeper, 52 Bond ft. 

$ylrefter George, N. Liberty ft. 



A ABLE ' John, carpenter, North ft. 
Tannoch James, ceardwaiuer, S. Gay ft. 37. 
Tanton Jeremiah, carter, 59 Petticoat alley, F. Point. 
Taylor William, hat and fhoeftore, 58, Baltimore ft. 
Taylor Archibald, 2 Calvert ft. 
Taylor Thomas, cooper, - v aratoga ft. 
Taylor Richard, grocer, York ft. Old town. 
Taylor Robert, fchool maft&r, Bridge ft. Old town- 
Taylor James, black fmith, 144 Bond ft. 
Taylor Mathew, inn keeper, 56, Market ft. F. Point, 
Taylor Margaret, boarding houle 5, Lancafter ft. F. Pointe 
Taylor William, dwelling Bank ft. 8. 
Taylor Eleanor, inn keeper, George ft. 1 F. Point. 
Tennant Thomas, fhip cnandler, George ft. 22, F. Point. 
Thomas &: Caldcleugh, ftationers & paper hangers, 141 Bait. ft. 
Thomas Jonathan, inn keeper, Green ft. Old town. 
Thomas Dolly, huxter, Lancafter 8. 
Tiomas Benj. Fells ft. F. P. 

Thomas L. fhip carpenter, 22, Argyle alley, F. "Vint. 
Thompfon Robert, 98, N. Howard ft. 
Thompfon William, preceptor, Liberty ft. 
T hompfon & Dickey, merchts. counting houfe, S. Frederick ft, 
Thompfon John, inn keeper, 55, N. Gay ft. 
Thompfon Wm. clock & watch maker, 4, market fpace. 
Thompfon William, fea captain, Liberty ft. 
Thompfon William, carpenter, Saratoga ft. 
Tsompfoji Wm.fexton of t. Pauls church, Chappel hill, 
Thompfon George, cordwainer, High ft. Old town. 
Thompfon Wm. mariner, 20 Piiilpot ft. F. Point. 



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Thompfon John, cooper. Frrfnklin lane. 
Thompfon William, inn keeper, 11 Fells ft. F. Point 
Thompfon Elizabeth, widow, 55, Fells ft. F. Point. 
Thorn laniel, fliip chandler, 11, Thames ft. Fells ft- 

Thompfon Robert, grccer, 41 Will; ft. 
Thompfon John, fea captain, 35 \Viik it. F. Foint. 
Thompfon Anne, waihir woman, Eden ft. F. Point. 
Thompfon John, Tea captain, 41, Bank ft. F. Po 
Inornbuagh J t. 1 86 Baltimore ft. 

Thornburgh George, ftore, 2 1, Baltimore ft. 
Thrope Thomas, brick layei - .1 ft. 

Thorn Jane, huxter woman, yViaon u. Old town. 
Thorn John, Bridge ft. Old town. 
Thornton John, dry good ft. 75, Bait. ft. 
Tickett James, mariner, to Phil pot ft. F. Foint. 
r, 50, George int. 

»s Charles, watch maker, 62 Bait. ft. 

William, painter & gl Vaterft. 

Tofel & Grach, diltillers oi ror ial, 33 Thames ft. F-. Point. 
Torrence George, dry gooM ftbie, 21 Baltimoreft. 
Tool John, 26, Howard ft. 
Tool Thomas, 2 3 Howard ft. 
Townfend Jefeph, flore keeper, 1 S Baltimore ft. 
To /no. 1 Frederick, carter, the upper end. of Charles ft~ 
Tbpkin Gerard, mercht. 76, Bowleys wharf. 
Traverfe Jacob, Dutch alley. 
Traverle Henry, mariner, Bridge ft. 01 J town. 
Traverfe IVfathew, mariner, 35 George ft. F. Point* 
Trice Ham. n on, hair dreflfer, 43, Fells ft. 

er David, chair maker, Carliile ft. F. Point. 
Trimbo Catharina, Saratoga ft. 
Trimbel W n. dry good ftore, ;, Market ft. F. P. 
Tri nbel John, ftore keepee, 9, S hakefpear alley. 
Trimbel Jofeph& John, grocers, 1 7 Cheap fide wharf. 
T pled John, porter at tie Pa ik of Baltimore, New ft. 
Tripp Edwa d, fea captain, 81 N. Howard ft. 
Troldenier George, minifter of the German Prefhyteran meet* 

ing hoi lie. 
Truelock Dania?, dry goo J ftore, 47, Bond ft. 
Truelock John, cabinet maker, 34, N. Gay ft. 
Tuckc- Richard, carpenter, 44 Goughft. 
Tull Jcftnta, fhip carpenter, 33, Fells ft. F. Point. 
Tull 9Vm. mercht. 14, Cheap fide wharf. 
Twine Danial 16, Sheakefpear alky, F. Point. 



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Tytlel S.irah, widow, 35, Light ft. 
Tyfon I&ac, niercht 2,5, Pratt ft. 
Tyfon Jofeph. merchant, 44, Hanover ft. 
T) T foa JeSe/, ft ore, county wharf. 



V. 



ACHE Peter, hairdreffer, &, Water ft. 
Vagergel James, grocer, 64 Charles ft. 
Vanbiober Abraham, precincls. 
Vanbibber Ifaac, precincls. 
Vanhornjohn, coriwainer, 93 N. Howard ft. 
Vanwyck W.n. anctioner, cc Water ft. 
Vance Wm. plain maker, N. Charles ft. 
Vancer Wai. fhallop man, 60 Wilk ft. 
Vandort Wm. painter, 38, Wilk ft. 
Vaighan George, inn keeper, 89, HowaitHt- 
Vaughan Janes, High ft. Old town. 
Vaulk A.idrew, mercht. 56, Pratt ft. 
Vaulckman 5< Co. nrer6hf*. Bank it. 
Vaulck CharJes, inn keeper, S. Howard ft« 
Vickery Stephen, grocer ftore, Granby ft. 44. 
Vincent Rfchard, (liver fmith, j6, N. Gay ft. 
Vincent Samuel, fcrivener, 44 S. Gay ft. 
Vitlere Mary, Primrofe alley. 
Vaakapff k Anfpach, merchts. 40 N. Gay ft- 



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HLER Philip, faddler, 9 Cheap fide wharf, 
Uhicr Erafmas, tanner & currier, 4j Hanover $. 
Unueruood John, hatter, upper Water i\. 



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Unlerwood W.-n. hackney carriage keeper, 91, Howard ft. 

Underwood £. tin man, 2 7, South ft. 

Ufher James, mercht. dwelling, 45, Charles ft. and ftore, 17 

Calvert ftrect. 
Ufher Jofeph, Piatt ft. 52. 
Uiher Thomas, dry good merchant, 192 and dwelling 19© 

Baltimore ft. 



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ACOLTLetty, 15 Shakefpear alley F. Point, 
Waddell William, chandler, 45, Lightft. 
Waddell George & Co. bottling cellar, 92, Baltimore ft. 
Wage Jofeph, tea captain, Strawberry alley. 
Wagner VaJe tine, carter, North ft. 
Wainer John, painter, High ft. Old town. 
Walker Henry, taylor, 23 Second ft. 
Walker Wm. (ail maker, Calvert ft. wharf. 
Walker Robert, mattet of the Norfolk packet, Dwelling ia 

Strawberry alley. 
Walker Tho nas, inn keeper, Saratoga ft. 
Walker Samuel, mercht. Baltimore it. 96. 
Walker Ezekiah, cooper, N. Liberty ft. 
Wall Ebinezar, pilot, Ali fan na ft. 57. 
Wall John, fudjler, 4 County wharf 
Wall George, carpenter, north Ode of Lexington ft. 
Wnl'ace Andrew, merchant, Le\i lgton ft. 
Wallace John, Froutft.Old town. 
Wallace Richard, potter, Green ft. Old town. 
Wallace William, carpenter, precincts. 
Walter John, porter, Barry ft. Federal lull. 
Walter Lewis, carpenter. Light ft. 
Walter Henry, coach maker, back of ai Gay ft. 

Iter ■ cter, grocer, 43, N. Howard ft. 
Walter Nicholas, innkeeper, 73 Howard ft. 
Walton E. pilot, 37, A! i fan nail. 
Ward Thomas, nailer, 8 Alifa ma ft. V. Point. 
Ward Jofeph, labourer, Saratoga ft. 



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WarfieH Anlerfon, doftor, 31, N. Howard ft! 
Warfield William, cabinetmaker, Green ft. Old iown.- 

WarnelJ Lent, faddler, 53, South ft. 

Warg Wm. fail maker, 59, Apple alley, F. Point. 

Wanking Jacob, black fmith,- (hop in Liberty ft. and dwel- 
ling in Lafayette ft. 

Warner & Ha.ma, book printers and flatJoners. 2, North- 
Gay ftre-et. 

Warner Datfor, 74, Bond ft. F. Points 

Warner George, brick maker, Ridgleys Delight. 

Warner Michael, brick maker, Do. 

Warner C. clock and watch maker, Jones ft. Old town.- 

Warpold George, dwelling 23, Anne ft, F. Point. 

Warren Thomas, Winon ft. Old town. 

Warren William, carpenter, French ft. Old town. 

Wafon Thomas, fhip carpenter, 51, Market ft. F. Point.- 

Wafcfon David * fhip builder, 65 Al.Tannaft. 

Watfon J.iincs, baker, George ft. 23, F. Point. 

Watt John G. cord vainer, 36 Charles ft. 

Watterhou. : e Laurence, cutler, Second ft. 

Watterhoufe William, grocer ftore, 75 Howard ft. 

Watters John 3c Charles, grocers, 22, Howard ft.- 

Watters Mrs. gentlewoman, N. Howard ft. 84. 

Walters Charles, warehouse, Dugan wharf. 

Watters Mary, widow, Eaftft. 

Watte: 3 & Shilleman, coach makers, Second ft. 

Watters E. raercht. Thames ft. 37, F. Point. 

Waver Cafper, Paffive ft. Federal hill. 

V. aver John, hatter, Front ft. Old town. 

W ake r La w rence , hi ack fmth, 52, I. i g '-. t ft. 

Wayfon George, fhip carpenter, Anne ft. F. Point. 

Way J. Doctor, 85,' Hanover ft. 

Weathe.ftrand Thrnas, cabinetmaker, Triplots alley; 

Weathley Jofeph, fear/captaiiv, 37 Philpotft. 

Weary Philip, carpenter,. Baltimore ft. 32. 

Weaver John, black fmith, 30 Fleet ft. F. Point. 

Webb:'»Villiaro, taylor, 6, Fells ft. F. Print. 

"^ ebb \\ iliia n, cord-wainer, 54 Bank ft. F. Point. 

Webley John, hairdreffer,, Forreft ft. Federal ft. 

ly Jofeph, tooacconilt Gra.-.by ft. ft. Old town. - 

Weeks John, carpenter, Triplotts alley. 

V. eir William, fea captain, 31, VJdik ft. F. Point. 

\" sir Charles, brail to,uu ler, Second ft. 

Weils, *c Co. aisrchts, 54,. South Gay ft- 



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"Wells & Clapper, merchants, 15 Bond ft. 

Wells Cyprian, ftore kee] er, 8 Pratt ft. 

Veils Rachel, St. Pauls lane. 

W ells Benjamin, innkeeper, Dutch alley. 

V/ellmoie v, illiam, dry good (lore, A40 Baltimore fl. 

Welflayer Jacob, painter & glazer. Liberty ft. 

WeHh Philip, grocer, 13 Howard ft. 

Wel/hAdam, leather ilore, 37 South ft. 

V".;lQi John, cotdwainer, 30, South ft. 

V elfh Thomas, carpenter, Frederick ft. 

h Henry, carpenter, 54, Bank ft. F. Point. 
Wel/hjohn, blocl? maker, 37, Alifannait 
Weifh I. mercht. ico Baltimore ft. 
Weren James, carpenter, 8, Shakefpears alley, F. Point. 
\\ erry Peter, v\ cod coarder, j, I in ft. F. Point. 
W efcoat John, mariner, Brfcgc ft. Old tov n. 
y eft: om An hew, 1 ainter & glazier, High ft. Old town. 
^ eft '' HI ai tain, Barry ft. Federal hill. 

Weft James, mercht. 172, Baltimore ft. ana counting houfe* 

N. Charles ft. 
Weftjcffey, mercl t. Cumberland Row. 
rV eftwood John, hackney carriage keeper, Winoivft. Old town. 
W eftz Jacob, fhinglelhaver, North. A. Old town. 

W etherb) tr, Thames ft. 32. 

Wheeler Georje, r, 4, La ft ft. 

Wheeler Mary, widotr, 36, Argyle alley, F. Point 

Wheeler li'aac ; carpenter, Duke ft. Old- town. 

Wheeler Jacob, hackney ccach keeper, Do. 

"Wheeler JeiTe inn keeptr, Bond ft. Fells Point. 

Whelen Richard, grocer, 132, Baltimore ft. 

Whipple William, barber, 49, South ft. 

Whifner Thomas, can eater, High ft. Old-town. 

White Nathanatl, rigger, 38, Market ft. F. P. 

White Ann, boarding houie, 77, Bond ft. Do. 

White James, pilot, 30, Ann ft. Do. 

White Griiren, carperter, 21, Wilk ft. F. Point. 

White Michael, carpenter, Rh'gley's Delight. 

"White Jofeph, fea capt. 46, Pratt ft. 

White Samuel, lea capt. 62, Pratt ft. 

White Thomas, inn-keeper, N. fide of Lexignton ft. 

\\ nite Jacob, windfor chair maker, Green ft. Oldtowc. 

While Thomas, carpenter, Bridge ft. Do. 

White Daniel, grocer, 144, Baltimore ft. 

W hire Lewis, butcher, Green ft. Old- town. 



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VvTiliacher David, carpenter, 19, Hammonds alley, F. P. 
Williams Benjamin, 50, Bait. i\. 
Wilde Richard, ironmonger, 150, Bait. ft. 
\\ "idewyer John, watchman, Liberty ft. 
V. illy Sarah, feamftreft, Granby it. Oldtown. 
Vvilley Joleph, mariner, 29, Shakefpear $. F. P, 
'Wiley Henry, baker, Green ft. Oldtown. 
Wiley John, Pitt ft. Oldtown. 
"Willing William, harnefs maker, Water ft. 
Wilttnars & Werhangen, metchts. 17 , South ft. 
W ilk Cliriftophcr, Howard's hill. 

Wilkins William, jv.n. 73, Bait. It. and ftot\? 22, Cheap fide. 
Wilkinfon Robert, cabinet maker, 18, Light ft. 
"VVilkLnfon & Bell, Saddlers, 51, Cheap fid el 
W illis Cornelius, fhip carpenter, 51, Market ft. Fells P. 
"Wjlimans Robert, ftore keeper, Lumber ft. 
Williams Joha, letter carrier, High ft. Oldtown. 
Williams & Law, merchants 88, Bow leys wharf, 
T ^ illlams Jacob, French ft. Ob-to'-n. 
Williams I. B. v/indfor chairmaker, Second it. 
V> illiams Benjamin, Bowleys wharf, 3. 
Williams Samuel, merchant. Do. 
WilHaras Mary, boarding houfe CJiathem ft. 
^ illiame James, inn-keeper, 14, Market fpace. 

V. illiams Jacob, Sharp ft. 

W illiams G. dyer and fcourer, Jones it. 

W 'illicr H. merchant, 37, Gough ft. Fells P. 

*Wilfon Stephen, taylor, 16S, Baltimore ft. 

Wilton aad Maris, merchants, 105, Baltimore ft. 

M ilfon Robert, cafheir of the Bank of Maryland, 5, South ft. 

Wilibn Thomas, ■ , Smiths wharf. 

Wilfon Samuel, office of intelligence, 79 Water ft. 

Wjjfon William, clerk to Yates & Campbell, dwelling Liberty*!. 

Wilfon James innkeeper, Saratoga ft. 

Wilfon "Ann, mantumaScer, Albermarle ft. Old town. 

Wilfon John, brick layer, King Georges ft. 

"Wilfon John, inn keeper, Philpot ft. 32. 

Wilfon Hugh, fea captain, 43> Market ft. F. Point. 

Wilfon John, carpenter, 47 Market ft. F. Point. 

V ilfon George, {hip carpenter, 9 Pitt ft. F. Point. 

Wilfon Rebecca, widow, si, Apple alley. 

Wilfon James, hatter, Petticoat alley. 

Wilfon Henry, merchant. Lumber ft. 

Wilfon James, Bridge ft. Old town. 



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Wjlfon David, carpenter, Front ft. Old town.. 

Wilfon Hannah, inn kee, er,French It. Do. 

Willis v\ m. carpenter, precincls. 

Winchester James, attorney at law, office 8, North Caiveit il. 

Winand Jacob, merchant taylor, 249, Baltimore ft. 

Wine Charles, mariner, 44 South Charles ft. 

V inn John, ftore keeper, New ft. 

V ife Cafper, watchman, 7, G.r 

V\ ifotly Frederick, 33, South Howard ft. 

V Lightly John, car; ente •', Albermarle il. CI J to<vn» 
^ oil Rebecca . it. 

Wolf Benjamin '& Miller, bj grocers, 1 1 Philpot ft. 

F. Point. 
WolfardJohn, mariner, 10, Argyle alley. 
Wollen James, cooper, 31, South Gay it. 
Wollins John, mercht. counting houie, 41 & dwelling 46, 

S. Gay ft. 
Y.'crth Wm. inn keeper, the corner of Bridge and Winon As- 
Wuod Gabriel, Britifh coniul, 9, South ft. 

V ood Charles, inn keeper, Harriibn 11. 

[ackfmith, Hanover ft, 

V orthington Henry, fad* ler, Bridge ft. Old town. 
M orthingtpn & Troup, merchts. 30 South Gay ft. 
Wright Nathaniel, cordwainer, 46 Light ft. 
Weight W m. oyfter, hou'-c, Albermarle It. (id town, 

V right Hefter, widow, S 1 alley 2c. 

V yant Peiei^ inn keeper, Liberty it. 



V 

A ATES & Campbell's auction room, t$ Baltimore ft. 
Yates John, merchant, 106 Baltimore ft. 
Yates John, doclor-, 15, v . Howard ft. 
Yeiier Lnglehard, mercht. — ftore 30, and dwelling t4Nortk 

Gay ft. 
Yerly Henry, mariner, 13 Flettft. 
Yoner Samuel, coroner, 6, Cheap fide. 

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'Young Lewis Will/an, raercht. Si Baltimore ft. 
Young Nancy, boaiciing houfe, 2 N. Calvctt It. 
Young Jofeph, merchant, 44 South ft. - 
Young Sophia, boarding houfe, and midwife, Ilarrifon ft. 
Young Mary, Lovely lane. 
Young Hugh, dwelling in Chatham ft. 
Young Nicholas, cordwainer, Saratoga ft. 
Young Jacob, cordwainer, r Lee ft. Federal hill. 
Young Jacob, taylor.. Barry ft. Federal bill. 
Young Alexander, dwelling Albermarle ft. Old town. 
Young John, fail maker, dw tiling Albermarle ft. Old town. 
Young John, {hip carpenter, 45 Philpot ft. F. Point- 
Young William, fea captain, 147, Bond ft. 
Young Mary, bearding houie, 4:, Georges & 
Young Wm, & Hugh, dry good (lore. 220 market ft. 
Young P. John, carpenter, Green ft. Old town. 
Yyfon Nathanial, mercht. 66, Hanover ft. 
Yundt & Brown, printers of the Federal Gazette. 

office, 12, South Gay ft. 
Yuna Leonard, dwelling Fifh ft. 



Z^ACHARIAH Stephen, mercht. S6 Bait.-* 
ZigUr Henry, cordwainer, Bridge ft. Old town 
.Zollers Dctfor, Liberty ft. 
.^ollicoffer Caroline, Hanover ft. ,195. 



S UPPL E M E' N T 



TO THE 



BALTIMORE DIRECTORY". 



o m r S S I O N s. 



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ENILLANKEbenezer, grocer ftore, George ft. £ 
Birpeau John, merchant, Harrifon ft. 
Burris Thomas, tavern keeper, Fells ft. 36. 
Dcginan Bartcky, dwelling 16 Commerce ft. 
Dickion Win. & I. P. hardware ftore, 82. Bait. ft. 
De Broflcs, Lieut. Col. Federal hill. 
D'ounores I. L. Militaire, Federal hill.' 
Dufton Lewis, captain, Federal hill. 
Dufton Mon-fieur, Federal lull. 
Dyfart Marcus, hatter, 51' South ft. 
Felix & Ward, fail makers, Wood ft. 
Hutenburg William, barber, Light ft. 
Jones Nancj, feamftrefs, Eden ft. 
Jones John, cordwainer, Petticoat alley, 4. 
Leek Nicholas, fchoolmafter, Argyle alley. 
Letherburg Wm. morocco leather manufaehner, Fim tC- 
Leibert Joseph & Co. dry good ftore, 21 3, Market ft. 
Maidwell John, wheelwright Green ft. Old town. 
Martin & Randal, taylors, 1 N. Charles'ft. 
Martin Mrs. milliner, Bond ft. 44. 
M't'Edool Saml. grocer, 10, Market ft. F. Point; 
M'Laughlan Charles, ftage oiiice keeper, of the Alexandria 

an ; Philadelphia line. 
Pafcall Lewis, ware houfe, 1? Pratt ft. 
Parks John, ftore keeper, centre market. 



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Pi ckhel Jonathan, pfaifterer, North ft. 
Piper James, 59 Smith's wharf, Gay ft. 
Prienes Peter, grocer, 56 L'gatft. 
Ridgley Nicholas, 23 Howard ft. 
Warfieid George F. merchant, 239 [folt. ft. 

Benjamin, fall maker, 77, petticoat alley, 
Ya.iiell Ezekiel, grocer, 53 Water ft. 



REMOVALS. 



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.RCHER Dr. North Gay tt Co. 
Albegce I. B. A. South Gay ft. 4. 
Bowfted James, bottler, 188, Bait. ft. 
Campbell John, ftore 19 Market fpace. 
Dowibn Mrs. removed to 200 Baltimore ft. 
Duvivier & Son, 22 North Gay ft. 
Kliott Wm. clock & watch maker, 15 Baltimore ft. 
Faidt George, innkeeper, Fells ft. 8, Fells Point. 
Hackett & Grant, 10 Commerce ft. 
Hargrove Thomas, grocer ft. market fpace, 50. 
Inloes & Woelper's, auction room, corner of Market and 

ShakeTpearft. No. 7. 
Jack Sc Hamilton, grocers, 42 Centre market. 
Kilty John, fupervifor, dwelling 25, S. Howard ft. 

and Office 18, Light ft. 
Kirk Felix, teacher. of the mathematics, 80, Apple alley, F. P* 
League John, inn keeper, 9, Market {'pace. 
Young James, grocer, Pratt ft. 






ERRATA. 

For Broon, read Boone. 

For Mc Kean Sc M union, 24, Baltimore ft. read, 224, Bal- 
timore ft. 
For Selmer, read Selman. 



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A L I S T 

Of 'the Streets, Lanes and Alleys, of the 
CITY OF BALTIMORE. 



jVLark 



ET Space, North and South, between the Falls 
an I Frederick ftreet. 

Harrifon ftreet, North and South, between the Falls and Frede- 
rick ftreet. 

Frederick ftreet. North and South, between Gay and Harrifon 
ftreets; 

Gay ftreet, North and South, between Frederick and Lem- 
mon llieet. 

Tirlotts alley, between- Gay and South ftreets. 

Com nerce ftreet, North and South, between Gay and South fts. 

Johnfon ftreet, North and South, between Federal hill and Wil- 
liam ftreet. 

Lemmon ftreet, Nortli and South, between Gay ftreet and 

South ftreet, North and South, between Commerce and Cal- 
vert ftreets. 

North Lane, North and South, between Lemmon & Calvert fts. 

Calvert ftreet, North and South, between South ft. and Public 
aile] . 

Publicalley, <\o. between Caltcrt and Light ftieeis.- 

Light ftreet, North and South, between Public alley and 
Charles ftreet. 

St Pauls Lane, North and South, between Calvert ftreet and 
Charles ft rev f. 

William ftreet, Northand South, between Johnfon and Forreft 
ftreets, Federal hill. 

Forreft ftreet, North and South, between William and Good- 
man ftreets. 

Goodman ftreet, North and South, between Forreft and Han- 
over ftreets. 

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Charles ftreet, North an J South, between Light and Hanover 

ftree ts. 
H.worer ftreet, North and South, between Charles and Sharp* 

flreets. 
Sharpe ftreet, North and South, between Hanover & Howard 

ftreets. 
Forreft ftreet, North by Faft, between Charles and Liberty its. 
Liberty ftreet, North by Eaft, between For reft and North fts. 
North ilreet, North and South, between Liberty and Harvard 

ftreets. 
Howard ftreet, North and South, between Sharpe ftreet and 

Eautaw ftreet ; alfo between North ftreet and Eautaw ft. 
Eautaw ftr:et, North and South, between Howard anfl Paca 

ftreets. 
Paca ft.-eet, North and South, between Eautaw and Green 

ftreets. 
Green ftreet, North and South, out fide from the city, oT Paca 

ilreet, net fettled. 
Saratoga ftreet, Kail and "Weft, on the North fide of thec ; ty. 
North well ftreet, between Saratoga ftreet and. St. Pauls ftreet. 
St. Pauls ft. fcaftand Weft, bounded by Charles ftreet on tre 

Weft, 3t St. Pauls lane, on the Eaft, (a fhort ftreet.) 
A New ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Lexington and Saratoga 

ftreets, not named. 
Lexington ftreet Eaft and Weft, bet ween two ftreets not named. 
A New ftree*-, Eaft and Weft; between Lexington and Fayette 

ftreets. 
Goldfborough ftreet, Eaft and Weft, running from "Eautaw to 

Nortii ftreets, between Fayette and Baltimore lis. 
Baltimore ft. Eaft and Weft, running from Public fquare to 

Jones's Falls, the Jargelt ftreet in the city, and commonly 

called Market ftreet. 
German lane, Eaft and Weft, from Paca to Charles ftreets, 

between Baltimore and Lombard ftreets. 
Cyder alley, Eaft and Weft, bounded by Green ft. and How- 
ad ftreet. 
Lombard ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Cyder alley and Whif- 

key alley, alio between German lane and Pratt ftreet. 
Whifkey alley, Eaft and Weft, between fart ot Pratt & Lom- 
bard ftreets. 
Pratt ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Lombard and Camden fts. 
Bottle alley, Eaft and Weft, between Camden and Pratt ftreets. 
Cam len ftreet, fciaft and Weft, between Pratt & Conway fts. 
Peace alley, Eaft and, Weft, between Camden and Conway fts. 



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Conway .ftreet, Eaftand Weft, between Peace alley & Cam- 

denftreet. 
Barre ftreet, Lait aid Weft, between Conway ft. anJ Welcome 

alley. 
Wclco ne alley, Eaft an 1 Weft, between Barre and L*e ftrtcts. 

elcome alley aid Breoy alley. 
Br-e< and Weft, between Lee ftreet and Hill ft. 

Honeyalley. 
Honey alley, Eaft and !rV« - I stween Hill aid Montgomery 

ftreet*. 
Montgomery ftreet* Eaft and Weft,between Honey and Sugar 

ail 
Sugar alley, Ea r t & WefUbetween Montgomery fc Warren fls. 

:ri ftreeti Eaft and c oi die city. 

Primrofe alley i Eaft & Well , running only 

fr&m Charles to Light ftrcetSj between Baltimore and 
ttfts. 

ling from Gay ftreet to Jones's Falls. 
Eaft ftreet, Eaft & Weft, between Bahin ore ftreet and Jor.e's 

Falls. 
Lovely la;=e, between Baltimore and Water ftreets, running 

from Calvert to South ftreets. 
Water irpent ,aft in Weft, with Lovely lane, 

Sharping lane, and Second ftreet on one iide, & the Bafon 

on the other. 
Sharping la c, Eaft and Weft, between Baltimore and Water' 

ftreets. 
Second ftreet, alfas Sharping lane, between the fame ftreets. 
Seven ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Baltimore and Second 

ftreets, running fro.n (pace to the Falls. 

Streets in Old- town. 

LITTLE YORK ftreet, on the South Eaft end of Old town, 
running from the Falls to Wolf ftrecr. 

Prince ftreet, between Little Yorkand Queen ftreets. 

Queens ftreet, between Prince & Duke ftreets. 

Duke ftreet, between Queen and King George's ftreets. 

King George's ftreet, between Duke and Salisbury ftreets. 

Salisbury ftreet, extending from Granby ftreet to the com- 
mons, between King George's and Great York ft. 

Plowman ftreet, only from the Falls to Granby ftreet, between 
the fame ftreets as Salisburry ftreet ftands. 

Great Xork ftreet, beginning at the miuule bridge, or Chrift 



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church, and running to Dulanys ftreet, Fells Point, be- 
tween Salisbury an 1 Waping ftrceti. 
Waging ft. part of Pitt ftreet, between Great York <k Bridge 

ffcreets. 
Pitt ftreet, that pari of Waping fart' eft from the city. 
A ftreet not na nt J in Keatinge's ma;, between vVapingand 

Bridge ftreets, extending only from Front to Green Its* 
Bridge ginning at Griffit 1 s bri igeatid ending at Geeen 

u set, bet v:een two namelefs itreets according to the fore- 
ig plan. 
Foiveft ftreet, on the North fide of Old town, a flfortftfcct. 

treet, North .Veil & South £aft, parallel to JTorreft and 

between that and Winon ftreets. 
Winon tree :, a allel thereto, between Eal ana Green ftreets. 
Green ftreet, ferpentineiy run letween Eaft air! Winon 

and High ftreets ; High ftreel parallel to the other?, run- 
ning between Green and Front ftreets. 
From ftreet, parallel alio, exten ling only from Great York to 

(hart ftreets, between High ftreet and die Fails. 
Short ftreet, part of Front ftreet, extending from Front to Bridge 

ftreets. 
Lloyd fte t extending from Great York to D like ftreet, between 

the commons and Exeter ftreets. 
Wolf ftreet, exten ling from Duke to Little York ftreet, between 

the co n.nois & £xeter 'treets. 
Exeter ftreet, between Wolf and Lloyd ftreets on one fide S<: 

Granby ftreet on the other. 
Granby ftreet, between hixeter, and Albermarle ftreets. 
Albermarle ftreet, between Granby ftreet and the Falls. 

Streets on the Point. 

QUEEN ftreet, from Thames ftreet to the upper end of the Point. 

Philpot ftreet, from Point tea to Thames ftreet. 

Point ftreet from Qaeen ftreet to the water. 

Wdlis ftreet, from Do. Do, 

Thames ftreet o ily from Philpots at Burkes corner, to Bond 

ftreet, at Stewarts ihip chandlery. 
Jells ftreet runs from the South end of Bond ftreet, to Market 

fpace. 
George ftreet from Market f;:ace to Major Grieft's corner, & 

to Anne and Pitt ftieet. 
Pitt ftreet, from George ftreet to the lower end of tht Poi»t. 



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Shakefpear ftreet, between Fells and Lancaster ftreets, running 

Eat and Weft. 
Laneafter ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Shakcfpear and AH- 

(anna ftreets. 
Alifanna ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Laneafter and Fleer 

ftreets. 
Fleet ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Altfanaa & Wilk ft.eecr. 
Wilk ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Fleet and Bank ilreets.. 
Bank ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Wilk ftreet and Gough 

ftreet. 
Gough ftreet, Eaft :anc! Weft* between Bank and German ft*. 
German ftreet, Eafrand Weft, between Gough and Smith its. 
Smith ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between German and Dulany fts. 
Dulany ftreet, Eaft and Weft, between Smith & Hampftead 

ftreets. 
Hampftead ftreet, Eaft and Weft, bounds the Point on the 

North, which leads into S tigers lane, and runs into Great 

York ftreet, Old- town. 
Wa/hington ftreet, North and South, running from the Water 

to Hampftead ftreet. 
Star alley, North and South, running the fame as Washington 

an J lying between it and Wolf ftreet. 
Wolf ftreet, North and South, running aforefaid between Star 

alley and Anne ftreet. 
Happy alley, North and v outh, between Wolf and Anne fts 
Anne ftreet, North and South, between Happy alley and Ar= 

gyle alley. 
Argyle alley, between Anne and Market ftreets. 
Market fpace, and Market ftreet, North and South, between 

Argyh and Apple alley. 
Apple alley. North and eouth, between Market and Bondfls. 
Bond ftreet, North and eouth, between Apple and Strawberry 

alley. 
Strawberry alley, North and South, between Bond anil Ca- 
rolina ftreets. 
Carolina ftreet, North and South, between Strawberry and 

Petticoat alleys. 
Pettxoat alley, North and South, between Carolina and E* 

den ftreets. 
Eden ftteet, North and South, between Petticoat alley and, 

the water, and bounding the Poini, on the weft fide. 



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*U-£$rr t i^0h 9 ±i$SP*tfvgfa% % Ss-^O \>jgfc Ujgfa ^^ 

CONSTITUTION 

Of .THE 

UNITED STATES. 

AS PASSED IN CONVENTION, SEPTEMBER 4, 1 7S 7- 

VvTTH ALL THE AMENDMENTS, 

Palled, and now in force. 



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E, the People of t!ie United States, in order to forma 
more perfect union, eftabiiiL ji fUee, iniure domeftic tranquility, 
provide for the commonceiei.ee, promote tie general welfare., 
and fecure the blcmngs of Liberty to ourielves and cm p< fterity, 
do ordain and eftablifh this Confutation for the United States 
of America* 

ARTICLE, I. 

Sect. I. ALL legiflative powers herein granted fhall be 
relied in a Congrefs of the United States, which (hall confift of 
a Scuate and Houfe of Reprefentatives. 

Seel. *. The Houfe of R eprefer.tatives ftall be compofed of 

members choien every fecand year by the j eople of the Icvcrai 

Hates, and the electors in eachilate {hall lave tie qualifications 

k requifue for elector* of the molt numerous branch of the ftate le- 

gillature. 

No perfon fhall be a reprefentalire who fhall net have attain- 
ed to the age of twenty five years, and been ieven years a citi- 
zen of the United States, aad who ftall not, when elected, 
be an inhabitant of that flate in which he (hall be chofen. 

Reprefentatives and direct taxes fhall be appointed among 
the feveral Hates which may be included in with this Uunion, 
.according to their refpe&ive auaibers, which fhall be deter- 



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mine:! by adding to the whole number of free rerfon?-, includ- 
ing thofe bound to iervice fci a term of years, and excluding 
Indian* not taxed, three-fifths of all other prions. The actual 
enumeration ftiaU be made within three years alter the firfl meet- 
ing oi theCongrefs oftlie UniLed States, and within every fub- 
fequent tei m oi ten years, in fuch manner as they mall by law 
direct. The number of reprefentatives fhall not exceed -one for 
every thirty thoufand, but each ilate .fhall have at leaf! one re- 
prefentative ; and until fuch enumeration fhall be made, the 
ilate of New Hampihire mall be entitled to choofe three, Maf- 
fachufetis eight, Rhode Illand and .Providence Plantations one, 
Connecticut five, New York fix, New Jerfey four, Penafvl- 
rania eight, Delaware one, Maryland fix, Virginia teii£ *N. 
Carolina five, South Carolina fire, and Georgia three. 

When vacancies happenin the reprefentation from any ftate, 
the Executive authority thereof fhall iffue writs of election to fill 
fuch vacancies. 

The tioule of Reprefentatives fhall choofe their S|:eaker and 
other officers ; and mail have the fole power oi impeachment. 

Seel. 3. The Senate of the United States fhall be compoied 
of two fenators from each Hate, choien by the legiflatuie thereof, 
for fix years ; and each ienator fhall have one vote. 

Immediately after they fhall be aflembled in confequence of 
thernil election, they fhall be divided as equally as may be into 
three elafTes. The feats of the fenators of the firft clais fhall be 
vacated at.the expiration of the fee ond year, of the fecond clafi 
at the expiration of the fourth year, and of the third cla s at 
the expiration of the fixth year; i'o that one third may be cho- 
.fen every fecond year ; and if vacancies happen by resignation, ! 
i©r otherwife, during the rccefs of the Legiflature of any Ilate, 
the Executive thereof may make temporary appointments, un- 
til the. ne:-:t meeting of the Legislature, which fhall -then fill fuch 
vacancies. 

No perfdn fliali be a fenator who fhall not have attained to the 
age of 30 years, and been nine years a citizen of the United 
States, "and who fhall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of tl a4 » 
ftate for which he fhall be choien. 

The Vice Prefident of the United States fhall be Prefident of 
the Senate, but fliali have no vote, unlefs they be equally di- 
vided. 

The Senate fhall choofe their other officers, and alfo a Prefi- 
dent, pro tempore, in the abfence of the Vice Prefident, or 
When he fliali exercife the office of Prefident of the United States. 
The Senate fhail have the fole power to try all impeach- 



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merits. When fitting for that purpofe, they fhall be up«n oath 
or affirmation. When the Prefident of the United States is 
tried, the Chief Juftice /ball prefide : And no perfon fhall b* 
convicted without the concurrence of two thirds of the members 
prefent. 

Judgment, in cafes of impeachment, fhall sot extend further 
than to removal from office, and disqualification to hold and en- 
joy any office of honour, truft or profit, unde, the United States ; 
but the party convicted mall nevertheleft, be liable and fubjcct 
to indictment, trial, judgment, and punifhment, according to 
law. 

Sect. 4. The times, places, and manner of holding election 
for fenators andreprefentatives, fhall be prefcribed in each ffote 
by the LegiOature thereof ; but the Congrefs may, at any 
time, bylaw, make or alter fuch regulations, except as to the 
places of choofing fenators. 

The Congrefs fhall affemble at leafl once in every year, and 
fuch meeting fhall be on the full Monday in December, unltfs 
they mail by law appoint a different day. 

Sect. 5. Each houfe fhall be the judge of the elections, re- 
turns and qualifications of its own members, and a majority of 
feach fhall conn 1 mue a quorum to dobuiinefs; but a fmaller num- 
ber may adjourn from day to day, and may be authorifed to 
compel the attendance of abfent members, in fuch manner, and 
under fuch penalties as each houfe may provide. 

Eacli houfe may determine the rules of its proceedings, pu- 
nifh its members; for disorderly behaviour, and, with the con- 
currence of two thirds, expel a member. 

Each houfe fhall keep a journal of its proceedings, and from 
time to time publifh the fame, excepting inch 'parts as may, in 
their judgment, require fecrecy ; and theyeas and nays of the 
members of either houfe, on any qtieftion, fhall, at the defire 
of one filth of thofe prefent, betntered on the journal. 

Neither houfe, during the lemon of Congreis, mall, without 
the confent of the other, adjourn for more than $ days. nor to any- 
other place than that in which the twohoufes fhall be fitting. 

Seer. 6. The fenators and reprefentatives fhall receive a com. 
penlation for their fervices, to be afcertained by law, and raid 
out of the treafury of the United States. They fhall, in all 
cafes, except treafon, felony, and bre ch of the j eace, be pri- 
vileged from arrelt during their attendance at the feff.on of thek 
relpedive houfes, and in geing to and returning from the June j 

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and for any fpeecb ordebatein either houfe, they fl, a ll not be 
ionedin any other place. 

No fer.ator or iepjelcntative,{liall, during i]:e tie time for 
which he was elected, be appointed to any civil cflice under the 
aathoiity of the United States, which ilu.ll have been created, 
ur the emoluments whereof {hall have been inereafed during fuch 
time ; and no perfon holding any office under the United States, 
fhall be a member of". either bouie/ during his continuance in 
office. 

' Seel. 7. A.H bills for raifing revenue mail originate in the 
Houfe oi Representatives ; but the Senate may propofe or con- 
.cur with amendments as on other tails. 

Every bill winch (hall have puffed the Houfe of Reprefenta- 
tjve's and the Senate, mall, before it becomes a law, be pre-: 
kntcd to the Prelident of the United States.; if he approve, he 
./hall fignit, but if not, he mail return it, with his objections, 
to that houfe in which it mail have originated, who /hall enter the 
objections at large on their journals, and proceed to reconfider 
it. If, after fuch reconfideration, two thirds of ,that houfe {hall 
agree to pais the bill, it mall be lent, together with the objecti- 
ons, to the other houfe, by which it mall likewifebe reconnder- 
cd, and if approved by two thirds of that houfe, it {Lall become 
a law. But in all fuch cafes, the votes of bothhoufes mail be 
determined by yeas and nays, and the names of the perfons vot- 
ing for and agair.Il the bill, {hall be entered on the journals of 
each hoide refpecjtively. If any bill {hall not be returned by 
the Prelident, within ten days, (Sundays excepted) after it mail 
have been prefented to him, the fame mail be a law, in like 
manner as if he had figned it, unlefs the Congrefs by their ad- 
journment, prevent its return, in which cafe it {hall not be a 
law. 

Every order, refolution, or vote, to which the concurrence 
of the Senate and Houfe of Reprefentatives may be neceffary 
(except on a queiHon of adjournment) {hall be prefented to 
the Prelident of the United States ; & before the fame shall, take 
effect, mall be approved by him, or, being difappioved by him, 
fhall be re palled by two thirds of the Senate and Houfe of Re- 
prefentatives, according to the rules and limitations prefcribed 
in the cafe of a bill. 

Sect. 8. The Congref* fhall have power, 

To lay and collect taxes, duties, impefls and excifes, to pay 
theuebts, and provide for the common defence and the general 
welfare of the United States; but all duties, impofls and excifee 
{hall be uniform throughout the United States. 



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To borrow money on the credit of the United States ; 

To regulate commerce with foreign nation's* and among the 
fcveral ftates, an 1 with the Indian tribes ; 

To eftablifhan uniform rule of naturalization, and untfcw 
lau-s, on the fubjgel of bankruptcies throujjftout tbe I 
States ; 

To coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of fo. 
coin, and ftfc the ftandard of weights and meafures ; 

To provide for the punifhment of counterfeiting the fecurities 
and current coin of the United States ; 

To eftablish poft offices and poft roads;- 

To promote the progrefs of icience and ufeful arts, by fecur- 
ing for limited times to authors and inventors, the exclufive right 
to their rtfpeclive writings anJ. difcoveries ; 

To conftitutc tribunals inferior to thefupreme courts; 

To define and punish piracies and felonies committed on the 
high feas, and offences* againft the law of nations ; 

To declare war, grant letters of marque and reprifal, and 
make rules concerning captures on land and water ; 

Torai'c and fupport armies, but no appropriation of money 
to that u'e, shall be for a longer term than two ytais ; 

To provide and maintain a navy ; 

To aukemles for the £pvernme*i$ and regulation of the land 
and naval forces ; 

To provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of 
the union, fupprefs infurreclions and repel invafiDns ; 

To provide for Organizing, arming, and difcicliriing the mi- 
litia, and i'ov governing fuch part oft iem as may be employed 
in the ferv/ce of the United States, refervingto the ftates reflec- 
tively, the appointment of the officers, & the authority of training 
the militia according to thedifcipline prefcribed by Congres ; 

To exercife excl ufive lesiflation in all cafes whatfcever, over 
fuch oiilrict (not exceeding ten miles iquare) as may, by cedi- 
on of particular ftates, and the acceptance of Congrefs, become 
the feat of the government of the Unite! States, and toex-rcifc 
like authority over the places ; u ehaie.l by the confentof the Ie- 
giflature of the fhte, in which the fame shall be, for the erec- 
tion of forts, magazines, arfenals, deck-yards, and ether need- 
ful buildings ; And 

To make all laws which shall be 'necetTary and proper for 
carrying into execution the foregof.ig powers, a-J all other 
powers veiled by this conftitution in the government of the U. 
States, or in any department or officers thereof. 

Sea. 9. The migration or importation of fuch perfons as 



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any of thelites now exifting flail think proper to admit, ftiall 
not be "prohibited by the Congrefs prior to the year One Thou- 
sand Eight Hundred and Eight, but a tax or duty may be im- 
I on Inch importation, not exceeding ten dollars for cadi 
pfcrfon. 

The privilege of the writ of Habeas Corpus (hall not be fuf- 
pended, unlefs when it caufes rebellion or invaiion, the public 
Safety m \j require it. 

No bill of attainder or ex pod faclo law mall be pa (Ted. 

No capitation, or other direct tax, mall be laid, unlefs in 
proportion to the cenfus or enumeration hereinbefore directed to 
be taken. 

No tax or duty mail be laid on articles exported from anyftate. 
No preference mall be given by any regulation of commerce or 
revenue to the ports of one ft.ite over thofe of anocher ; nor mail 
reffels bound to, or from, onefhte, be obliged to enter, clear, 
or pay duties in another. 

No money fha'l be drawn from the treafury, but in confe- 
quence of appropriations made by law; and a regular flatement 
and account of the neceipts and expenditures of all public money 
shall be published from time to time. 

No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States : — 
And no perfon holding any office of profit or truft under them, 
shall, without the confent of Congrefs, accept of any prefent, 
«.nolument, office, or title, of any kind whatever, from any 
king, prince, or foreign ftate. 

Seel. 10. No Rate shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or 
confederation ; grant letters of maique and reprifal ; coin mo- 
ney, emit bills of credit ; make any thing but gold and Silver 
coin a tender in payment of debts; pa's any bill of attainder, 
ex poll facto law, or lav/ impairing the obligation of contracts, 
or grant any title ofnobility. 

No date shall, vvitho.it th? confent of Congrefs, lay any im- 
ports or duties on imports .or exports* except what may be ab- 
fblully nece/Tary for executing its inflection lavs ; and the net 
produce of all duties and imports, laid by any Hate on imports 
or exports, mall be for the ufe of the treafury of the United 
States; an 1 all inch laws mall be fubjecl to the revilion and 
controul of the Congrefs. 

NofUtefliall, without the confent of Congrefs, lay any du- 
ty of to.magc, keep troops, or (hips of war in the time of 
peace, enter into any agreement or compact with another Hate, 
or with a foreign power, or engage in war, unlefs actually in- 
vaded, or in fuch imminent danger as will not admit of delay. 



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ARTICLE II. 

Se:i\ i. The Exscittive PoVcr ftall be vefteJ in a Presi- 
de it of the cfnite i Stales of America. He ft ill hold his office 
iuringthe term oC four years, and, together with the Vice Pre- 
Ii lent, chofen tor tie fans term, beclected as fdlows : 

Each (V ite Oiall appoint, in fach manner as the iegiflarure 
hereof m.iy.'direfr, *a number of electors* equal' to the whole 
number oi fen itors an 1 representatives to which, the (late may be 
entitle J in the Congrcfs-; but no fenator or reprefentative or 
perfon holding an olfice of tmftdr profit under the United States,- 
flu II be appointed an ele&or. 

T e elecloiS (lull meet in their reCpeclivG ftates, and vote by 
ballot for t vq pcrfons, of whom one at leaflftaJl not be an in* 
habitant of trie r ame fl tew I ,; nfelvps. And they fhall make 
a- f'fl of all. the ei voted for, and of the number of votes for 

each ; s hic'i lift they (hill lignand certify, and rranfmit fealed 
*o he feat of the <. rveroraent of the United States, directed to 
the PrefiJent of the Senate. XhePrefident of the Senate fhall ^ 
in> the prefence of the Senate and Iionfe of Reprcleniafn es, on* a 
all the cefuficates> an-] fie votes fhall th;i be co intc I. '1 ho 
perfon having thegreateft number ofvotes fhall bet.he Prefidentj 
iffuch num >er be a majority of theVholenu/nbei r; 

pointed ; and it the.e be more than one who have luch majority , 
an i have an eq v oi votes, r ; ;en the Houfe oi R 

fentatives ftrdl immediately choose by ballot one of them for 
President ; ami it no perfon has a majority, then, from the five 
higefton the lift the faidhoufe (hall, in like manner, choofc the 
Pfefidcnb But in c 1 difing the PrefiJent- the votes (hall betaken 
by ftates ; the i ition from each ftate having one y ■■ : 

a quorum ior this pur; ofe thall confiftofa member or nemi>er% 
fiora two thirds oi the ftates, and a- majority o; ail t..e Hates 
fhall be neceilhry to a choice. 

Jn every cafe, after the choice of a Preiident r the perfon 
having the greateft number of votes of the ele&ors ftall be - 
the V;ce Preli.lent. But if there mould remain two or more: 
who have equal votes, the fenate fhall choo.e from them by bal- 
lot 'he Vice -PrefiJent, 

The Congrefs may determine the time of choofing rJ e eh clorsy 
and the day on wl fch they lhall give their votes ; which day 
(hall be the fame throughout the United States. 

No perfon, except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the 
Unite,! States, at the time of the adoption of this coniituHOH .y 
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flnll be eligible to the office of Prefi.lent ; neither fhall any perfon 
be eligible to that office who {hall not have attained to the age of 
thirty fire /ears, and been fourteen years a refident within the 
United States. 

In cafe of the removal of the Prtfident from office, or of his 
death, refignatiom, or inability to difcharge tie powers and du- 
ties of the laid office, the fame fhall devolve on the Vice -Prefi- 
dent, and the Congreis may by law provide for the cafe ot remo- 
val, death, resignation, or inability, both of the Preiider.^ and 
Vice Prefident, declaring what officer fhall then act as Prefideut, 
and fuch office- fhall act accordingly, until the difability be re- 
moved, or a Prefideut mail be elecled. 

The Pre I entfhall, at Hated times, receive for his fervices, 
a compensation, whijh (h.dl neither beincreafed nor diraintfheJ 
daring the period forwhich he fhail have been elected, and he 
fhall not rective Within that period any other emolument from 
the United Stares, or any of them. 

Before he enters on the execution of his office, he mail take 
the following oath or affirmation : 

" I do folemnly (wear (or affirm) that I will faithfully exe- 
cute the office of Prefiilent of the United States, and « ill, to 
the heft of my ability, preferve, protect, and defend the Couitt- 
tutionofthe Unite ! St itcs. 5 ' . 

Sea. 2. The Prefident shall be Commander in Chief of the 
army and navy of the U. States, aadof the militia of the fe vera] 
ftates, when called into the actual fervice of the United States ; 
he may require the opinion, in writing, of the principal officer 
in each of the executive departments, upon any fubjeft relating 
to the duties of their refpeclive offices, and he shall have power 
to grant reprieves and pardons for o ences agamfl the United 
States , except in cafes of impeachment. 

He shall have power, by and with the advice and confent of 
the Senate, to make treaties, provided two- thirds of the fenators 
prefent concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the ad- 
vice and confent of the Senate, shall appoint ambafTadors, other 
public miniflers, and confuls, judges of the fupreme court, and 
all other officers of the United Statee, whofe appointments aie 
n^t herein otherwife provided for, and which shall be eftablished 
by law. ButtheCougrefs may by law veft the appointment 
pffuch inferior officers, as'-thej think proper, in the Prefident 
alone, in the courts of Uw, or in the heads of departments. 

The Prefident shall have power to fill up all vacancies thai 
rcay happen during tlie receia of the fenate, by granting com- 
mimoas' which shuTl expire at die end of their next teuton. 



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Seel. 5. He shall from time to time give to the Congrefs infor- 
mation of the itate of the union, and recommend t® t-.eir con- 
fide rati on i'uch meafures as he (hall judge necelTary and expe :i- 
ent ; he may, on extraordinary oceafions-, convene both ho 
or either of them, and in cale of disagreement between them, 
with refpecl to the time of adjournment, he may adjourn them 
to fuc h time as he shall think proper vhe mall receive ambafla- 
dors and other public miniftcr; ; he mail take care that the la-', s 
be faithfully executed, and (hall commimen all the officers of 
the United States. 

Seel. 4. The PrefiJent, Vtce-Prefident, and all civil officers- 
of the United States, mail be removed from office on impeach- 
ment {or, and conviction of, treason,- bribery, or other high 
crimes and rnifdemeanors. 

ARTICLE. III. 

Seel. 1. The judicial power of the United States- fJiall be 
veiled in one ftipreme court, and in luch inferior couits as the: 
Congrefs may from time to time ordain and cftablim. The 
judges both of the fupreme and inferior courts, mall hold 
their offices during good behaviour,, and (hall, at ftated times,, 
receive for their fervices, a comj enfation, which mall not b« 
diminimed during their continuance in otfice. 

Seel. 2. The judical power (hall extend to all cafes, in law 
and equity, arifing under this conilitution, the laws of the Uni- 
te J States, and treaties ina !e, or which fhall be made, under 
their authority ; to all cafes a;.ecling ambaFadors, other public 
minifters, and confuls;. to all cafes of admiralty and maritime 
jurilJielion ; to controverlies to which the United States mall be 
a party ; to controverfies between two or more nates, between 
a llate an ! c tizens of another ftate, between citizens ofdinerent 
ftates, between citizens of tie fame Hate claiming lands under 
grants of different Hates, an I between a ltate or the citizens 
thereof, - and foreign ftates, citizens or fubjeclsv 

In all cafes a-ecling ambafladors, other public minifters and 
confuls, an-J thole in which a ll ate (hall be a party, the fupreme 
court mail have original j irifdiction. In all other cafes before- 
mentioned, the fupreme court (hall have appellate jarifJieliorv 
both as to la wand fact, with fuc 1 exec; tions, aad under fuch 
regalations, as the Congre's (hall make. 

The trial of ail crimes, exce. tin cafe of impeachment, (hall 
be by jury; and fuch trial (hall be held in the flate where ihe 
faid crimes /hall heve been committed ; but when not committed 



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withm any ftitc, the trial (hill be at fuch place or places a? the 
Coigrefs may by law have directed.- 

Seit.3. Treafon ag.bnit the United States (hall con lift onlyin 

ig .vara^ai id tienv, or inaJhsring to their enemies, givmg 

ihcm aid and comfort. No petfon {hall be convicted of treafon, 

unlei's oij the teitimony of two wine .cs to the iame overt ad, 

or on eon icnon in open court. 

Tic Congrefs fhall Have power to declare tUc punifhment of 
treafon, but no attainder of treafQn, fhall work corruption of 
bbo:l 3 or forfeiture, except dining tie life of the perfoa at- 
tained. 

. ARTICLE IV.. 

Seel, 1. Full faith and credit fhall be given in each ffate to 
the ;.ubiic acls, records, and judicial prcceeuings ot every other 
fiate. Anc the Congrefs may by general law ] reicribe the 
manner in which iuch t r£ls, records-, and proceedings may 
be proved, and the ed'eci thereof. • 

Se<3. 2. Tr.e citizens of each ft.de fhall be entitled to allpri- - 
\ileges and immunities of citizens in the feveral Kates. 

A perfon charge I in any date with treafon, felony, or other- 
crime, w odlull flee from jadice, ant be found in another 
fhte, fhall, on demand of the executive authority ot the flate 
from which he fled, be delivered up toberemjved to the flate 
havingjurifdiction of the crime. 

No perfon held to fervice or labour in one date, unaerthe !aws> 
fchecu , escaping into another, fhill', in conecp:ence of a .y- 
law or regulati an therein, be diicnargedfrom iuch feivice or ia- 
bour, but fhall be delivered up o : claim of the ^arty to whom- 
fuch iervice or labour may be due. 

Seel. 3. New dates may be aJndtted by the Congress into- 
this Union: bat no ne>v ilale fhall be formed or erected within 
the jurif.iction of a \y other fttte; nor any ftate be iorraej by 
the junction ofiwo or more flutes, or parts of ftate?, without. I 
the confent of the legillatures ot the iiates concerned, as * eU j 
as of the Congrefs. 

The Congrefs fliaH have rower to difpofc of, and make all 
neediul rulesand re v gul.t»ons rcf ceding the territory or other ; :o- 
ptrtybel gmgtothe United States; and not ing in this Cori- 
Situjcion fhall be fo conitrued as to prej ;.nce any claims ci l'.\€ 
United States, cr of any ; a; tic'.l. r itate. 

Seel, 4, The Unite J State* lliall guarantee to every flate in 
&is Union, a republican form cf government^ anJ fhall protcdt 



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eadrof them agatnfl: inrafion ; and on application of the 1-egif- 
lature, or of the executive (when the legiflature cannot be con- 
vened) againft domeftic violence. 

ARTICLE V. 

The Congrefs, whenever t-vo thirds of botii houfes feafl deem 
it neceffary, mall pro;: ofe amendments to t'lis Couftitution, or 
on tie application of the legislatures of two thirds of the feveral 
flutes, (liall call a convention for ; ro; oiing amendments, which, 
in eitdercafe, (hill be valid to all intents and purpofes, as part 
of t'lis Co.nfttution, when ratified by the legiflaturcs of three- 
fourths of the fevenil (lutes, or by conventions in three •fourtui 
thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification may 
be propofed by the Congrefs ; Provided, that no amendments 
which may be ma !e prior to the year One Thoufand Eight 
Hundred and Eight, mall in any manner affect the fuftand fourth 
claufes in the 9th feclion of the firft article ; and that no flare, 
Without its confent, (hull be deprived of its equal fuffrage in the 
Senate. 

ARTICLE VI. 

AH debts contracted and engagements entered into, before 
the idoptipn of this Confutation, (li all be as valid againft the 
United States under this Confutation, as under the confederation. 

This Conftittttion, and the laws of the United States which 
fliull be made in purfuance thereof; and all treaties male, or 
which mall be made, under the authority of the United States, 
fhu!! be the fuprerue law of the land ; an i the judges fa every ilate 
fli.dl be bound thereby, anything, in the Conllitution or laws of 
any (late to trie contrary notwithllanding. 

The ienattors and reprefentatives before-mentioned, and the 
tnernbers of the feveral ftate legislatures, and all the executive 
an 1 judicial officers, both of the United States and of the leve- 
ral dates, (hall be bound by oath or affirmation, to fupport 
this Conllitution : but no religious tell mall ever be required as 
a qualification to any office or public truft under the United 
States. 

ARTICLE VII: , 

The ratification of the Convention of nineflates, mall be fuf- 
ficie.it for the eftabli/hraent of tins Conftitutiqn between the itates 
fo ratifying the fame. 



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DON:; in CONVENTION, by tfc 

the ftates preftht, the feventeenth clay of September, in the 
year of our Lord, One TaoufanJ Seven Hundred and 
Eighty Seven, an 1 of the Independence of the United 
St.ties of America the Twelfth. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON, Present. 

Tlie above Coniiitiition was adopted by 

Delaware State, December 6, 1787. 

Pennfylvania, December 12. 

New-Jerfey, December 18. 

Georgia, January 2 , 1788,- 

Connecticut, January. 

MaiLchufetts, February 7. 

Maryland, April 2-8. 

South Carolina, May 23* 

New- Hami (hire, June 2 1 

Virginia, June 25. 

New-York,- July 26. • 



ARTICLE S.- 

In addition to, and amendment of, the Corftitution of the U* 
States of America, piopo&d by Coflgre r s, and ratified by the 
Legislatures of the ieveral itates, puriuant to the fifth article 
^ of tne original conititutione- 



[By the returns made into the fecretary cfflate's o5nce, it ap- 
pears that the firft article which accompanied the following, 
amendments was agreed to by only leven iiates — the fecond, 
by four ; and, therefore, the e arc not obligatory. — All the 
remainuer, having been ratified by nine iiates, a>e of equal 
obligation with the conititution.] Auguit 12, 1 792. 






III. Congrefs fhall malce.no law refpecling an eilablifh- 
ment of religion, or prohi oiting the free exercife thereof, or 
abridging the freedom of fpeech, or of the prefs, or the right of 



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the people peaceably to affemble, and to petition the govern- 
ment for a redrefs of grievances, 

IV. A well regulated militia being neceflary to the fecurity 
oi'a freeftate, the right of the [ coj le to keep and bear arms, 
{hall not be infringed. 

V. Nofoldier /hall, in timeof peace* be quartered in any 
houfe, without the content of the owner.; nor in time of war, 
but in a manner to be prescribed by law. 

VI. The right of the people to be lecure in their perfons, 
houfes, papers, and effects, againil unreasonable fearches and 
feizures, (hall not be violated ; and no warrants (hall iiiue but 
.upon probable cauie, fuppcrtedby oath cr affirmation ; andfar- 
ticularly dele -ibing the place to be iearched, and the [erlons cr 
things to be ftized. 

VII. No perfon iTiall be held to anfwer for a capital, cr 
otherwise infamous crime, unless on a prefentment or idicluient 
by a grand jury, except in cafes arifing in the land or naval 
forces, or in the militia when in acloal lei vice, in time of war 
br public danger ; nor fhall any retion befubjeel for the lame 
o ence to be tu ice i ut in jeoparcy cf lite or limb.; ror ihail 
be compelled in any criminal ca'e, to be a win. els agair.it l.iai- 
ielf; nor be deprived oflile, liberty, or property, without due 
procels of law ; nor fhaU private property be taken tor public 
uie without jull compenfation, 

VIII. In all crimir lal piofcci it ions, the accufed s! all en- 
joy the right to a fpeedy.and public trial, by an impartial juryj 
of the ilate and diftricl, wherein the crime shall have been com- 
mitted ; which diflricl mall have been previoufly ascertained by 
law; and to be informed of the nature and cauie ci the accuiati- 
on ; to be confronted with the \\ itntfles againft him ; to have 
compulfory procefs for obtaining witi.eiTes in his favour; an«i 
to have the arliftance ofcouniel for his defence. 

IX. Ja fuits at common law, where tne value in controversy 
(hall exceeJ twenty dollars, the right of trial by jui) /hall be 

fcrefervecT; and no fact tried by a jury fhall le otherv.i'e re-ex- 
amined in any court of the \5nitea States, than according to 
the rules of common law. 

X. ExcelTive bail (hall net be required, nor excelTive finec 
impofed ; nor otuel and unufual punishments infiicled. 

XI. The enumeration in the corftitution, of certain rights, 
{hall not be cocflrued to dairy or cifparage ethers retained by 
the people. 



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'XII. The powers not Jelegated to the United Plates by the 
con&itution, nor prohibited by it to the ilatcs, *re reieived to 
the Hates refpctfrrely, or to the people. 



[The following Article propofed by Congrefe, in June 1794, 
as an amendment to the Conilitution, having been ratified 
by the legiilatures of three- fourths of the Hates, is coniequent- 
ly to be coniidered as part of the conititution.] 



The judicial powers of the United States shall not be con- 
ftrued to extend to any fuit in law or equity, commenced or 
profecuted againftone of the United States by citizens of another 
flate or by citizens orfubje&s of any foreign Hate. 






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A 

GENERAL ABSTRACT 

FROM THE 

REVENUE LAWS: 

Wherein the feveral parts of the acts aiecligefled, 
and Danfpoled uudcr diftincl heads, agreeably 
to the fubje&s with which they have relation. 

i. Of the Duty of Majtersrf Vejjeh. 



EVERY mafterofaveffel, bound to the dillritf of Notting- 
* ham, muil, on penalty of fcve hundred eollais, c.epotit 
with t':e fuiveyor, of the poir of Town Creek, a manifeft of 
the cargo, unleii lie shall have previoufly delivered one to fome 
officer ct t ! :e cuftoms coming on board ; bound to the tiiftrict of 
Tappahannock, with the furveyor of the \ ort of Urbanna; to 
the diftriel of Bermuda Hundred, or City Point, with the col- 
lector of Norfolk and Fort -mouth, or of Hairn^ton ; to the oif- 
tiict of South Quay, with tie collector of Edenton. Which 
maaifeft, the reip.iciive collectors and fuiveycrs muft, alter 
regiftry, tranfmit duly certified, to the officer with whom entry 
is to be made. 

Alio, every matter of a velTel, belongirg wholly or in parf* 
to citizens of the United I tates, mujft, on arrival from any fo- 
reign country, have aa accurate and true manifell oi tl f cargo on 
board; and in default thereof , he forfeits the value of all goods 
»ot included in fuch maniitft, unit's due proof be macie, that* 
no part of the cargo had beta unshipped fmce taken on beard, 
a id that fuch manifeft had been loft, or miflaid or defaced by 
accioent, or was incorrect by mi flake* 

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Which manifest, every mafler of aveiTcl, as afcrefaid, mi 1^ 
©n penalty of a mm not exceeding five hundred dollars, \ ro< uce 
to the firft officer of the cuftoms, who shall appear on beard 
after his arrival within four leagues of the coafis of the United 
States; and alio, to *the firft luch officer oi :' the cuftoms, v. ho 
shall appear on board after his arrival in a dtftricl in which anj 
pan of his cargo is to he diichargeo ; delivering in e»ther ca*ea co- 
jreoC, byliinvelt fubferibed. The production of the roa- 
pifefl and receipt of thecoj y, fuch officer muft certify refj eclive- 
iy, on penalty of five hundred dollars.; certifying on lis origi- 
nal, sthe day and year w hen produced, and the delivery of a co- 
py ; and on-tfce copy the day and year it was delivered. He 
mult alfotranfmit faidcopy to the collector of the diftricl to which 
fuch veiYel is bound. 

If any part of the cargoes of fuch veiTe!s,as laden with goods 
and bound to the Ustited States, have arrived within four lea- 
gues of fche coaft, be unladen previous to their coming into ; cat, 
and being legally authorifed to unlade, all the goods io unladea, 
and any veffel or boat into which they may be put are forfeited ; 
and the matter and mate of the veffel fo unladen, forfeit, each, 
One Thouland Dollars-; and every other perfon aiding and af- 
fifting, treble the value of the goods unladen — -Thefe forfeiture* 
are not however, incurred in cafe of unavoidable accident, ne- 
ceffity, or diftrefs of weather, if duly notified and ftridly 
proved. 

Alio, if any lhip or veffclhas arrived within the limits of a 
diftricl of the United States, from a foreign country, meleaves or 
attempts to leave it, (unleis to proceed to a more inteiior ciiliriel,) 
previous to report and entry made, 'the mafler forfeits 400 dollars. 
And the collector, naval officer, furveyor, or any revenue cut- 
ters, may arreft and bring her back ; unleis the departure v as 
occafioned by diftrefs of weather, durefs of enemies, or oil erae- 
ceif.ty, which in either cafe muft be .ftriclly proved. 

Further, every mafter of a veffel (ftips of war and public 
packets excepted) muft within twenty-four hours after his ariival 
i , any port of the United States, (if the ufual hours of bufinefs 
will permit) make reportthereof "to the chief officer of the cuftoms at 
the port, and within forty- eight hours, a further report of the 
car»o, and deliver a manifeft 10 the colieclor. In default of 
\vnich,he forfeits one thoufand dollars. 

But matters ofveiTels, whereof only part of the cargoes is de- 
fined to any particular port of the United States, may after pay- 
ing or fecuring the duties of fuch part, and giving bond equal to 
the amount of duties on the remainder, that no part thereof 






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/hall be landed in the United States without due entry, proceedf 
to the port or place of their deftination, 

And when the cargoes of any vefTels are deftined to ports in 
di erent dinricts, the matters thereof may proceed from difiriel f 
diibid, paying in each diftricl, the duties on fuch goods as may 
be delivered therein, andgiving bond to the collector of the dii- 
trict where they firft arrived, for their due entry in every other 
drftridt, and alfo obtaining from the refpeciive collegers, to whom 
any partof their cargoes may be reported, copies of fuch reports', 
and certificates oft le quantity and particularsof the gcods deli- 
vered. — Any mailer, in default of obtaining fubh copy and cer- 
tificate, or neglecting to produce them to any fublequent collec- 
tor, forfeits five hundred dollars. — But in cafe of fpirits, luch 
certificates rn lift* be had from, and produced to the officers of 
l-hfpeetion. 

Sea-ftores being exempt from duty, mu& be defignated as 
fuch in the matter's report, and if excedive,the duty may be efti- 
rftat«d, on the exec's, the valut « hereof is forfeited, unlefs fuch 
duty be paid ; as alfo treble the alue of any article thereof, if 
landed for fale. Veflels not oound to the Unite! States, but 
putting in, in diftrefs, the matter and mate mult, within twenty 

mill- hnu.-s. make nrntpft: f« 



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hours, make proteft, letting forth the* efrcwhftances of the 
diftrefs, before a notary public, -or oihe, perron oidy authorizes ; 
an I, within forty-eight hours, re ot of the cargo, as in ether ca- 
fes, and the diftrefs being duty certified by v e v. ar e^is of ihe port, 
permits may, if necellary, be granted for unlading : the colliders 
cauiing the goods unladen to be ftored, ana, if damaged, 
or if necefTary in repairing the fhip, allowing them, the duties 
thereon being firtt paid, to be fold. 

Matters of veffels bound to foreign ports, previous to obtain- 
ing a clearance, mutt deliver to the collector of the diftrict from 
which th.ey are about to 'ad, rsanifetts of their cargoes; and any 
matter departing without a clearance, forfeits two hundred dol- 
lars. 

The penalty of falfe f wearing, as well of matters of reiTels,as 
of the owners or consignees of goods, or their factors or agents, 
is fine or imprifonment, or both : not exceeding, in caie of 
the former, one thoufand dollars ; of the latter one year. 

No mailer of a veiTel arriving at any port where there is a 
poit-om:e, may report or make entry, till he has delivered to 
the pott- mailer all letters in his poiTelhon, directed to any i crib* 
within the United States. 



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£. Of the Duty of the Owners or Configneei o/Goids. 

Within fifteen days after the matter of any velTel /nail have 
made report to the collector, the owners or confignees, or their 
factors or agents muft, on oath or affirmation, make entry with 
t'.e faid collector, of the goods configned to them, particularizing 
the marks, numbei sand contents of each package j or if in bulk, 
the quantity and quality ; producing the original invoices, docu- 
ments, and bills of lading, and declaring, that mould any other 
gooes after wards appear to be configned to them, they will make 
itknown in order to a due entry thereof. 

Articles exempt from duty, as clothes, books, houfe hold fur- 
niture, &c, muft be feparately and diftih&iy entered by t'e owner 
or his agent : who, according to the belt oi his knowledge, muft 
make oath refpecYmg fuch owner, his occupation, arrival or ex- 
pected arrival ; and that the faid articles are really intended for 
his, or his family's ufe, and not for fale ; which oath being en- 
dorfed on the entry, muft be fubferibed by the perfon making it. 
And in cafe fuch perfon be not the real owner of the goods, he 
muft give bond, that alike oath, (hall within a year be had of the 
real owner, either taken before the collector with whom the entry 
is made, or produced to him duly executed. A copy of which, 
oath and entry muft be tranfmitted to the fecretary of the trea?u- 

Report and entry muft alfo be made on the reimportation of 
articles of the grou tb or manufactures of the United States. 
Such articles being duty free, their inilentity muft be carefully 
proved. For which purpose, the oaths of fuch perfons as have 
knowledge of the facts are required, relative to the time of their 
exportation, the ffiipin which and the perfon by whom exported ; 
and if imported into any other diftrict than that from which they 
were exported, a certificate from the collector of the difbict, cer- 
tifying their exportation ; fuch certificate, However, being dif- 
peafed with, where it caanot be immediately produced, on giving 
bond for its production within four months. 

No goods imported from a foreign country may be unit den 
till the duties, agreeably to an eftimate made by the collector 
and naval officer (where there is one at the port) are paid or fe- 
cured ; aada permit figned by the faid collector, and counterlign- 
sd by the laid naval officer (where there is one at the port) grant- 
ed ; nor in any cafe, except by fpecial licence unle.s between 
fun-rife and fun-fet. Goods unladen in violation of thefe reftric- 
tions (as alfo therefTels and her tackle, where the value of the 
goods amount to four hundred dollars) are forfeited ; and every 



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perfon concerned therein incur? a j enalfy of four hundred dollars, 
or' bein^ad i the public papers, and incapacity of hold- 

ing o years. Alio goods requiring lo be weighed 

org.w forfeiture, be removed from 

thewiiarf a landed, without the prefence of aproper ok* 

ficer, liil it be dolie. 

Go entry doey not fpecify the particulars', art 

re-juired to be ftore I l) 1 the particulars are ascertained, and the 

te !. A -A in all c tfes, where the final adjuftment of 

. of before taken I ercn e 

is »o be paid-to the collecl >r;-and where it is lei's than fuch 

ably theieto, to 
be refunded or as the cafe maybe. 

3. Of the duty ufthe Officers nf the Gujfoitis. 

T: I the cuftoms ate required tb take rath and 

give bond for the faithful djfeharge of the duties of their ref- 
peclive offices ; and for default of thglbrmer, they incur a pe- 
nalty of two hundred dollarar. 

sare em; o\\ ered, in prtfenceofthenavaJ officer^ 
where there is one, to a-lminiiler the necellary oaths to n 
of veffcls} die owners of goods, &c. And collectors, naval 
officers^ and furveyors of- ports, may, in talc ofab'ence or' 
lickr.e's, acl by l . 

To fuperintend die defr 'O..V, infpectors may beput 

and kept! of veiTeis, while Iving in i 01 1, ox whili 

ing from diuricltadiflricf, may prohibit -anygoo.-.s fromibeing n- 
■ without a permit, and after fun-let, fecure the hatch* s, 
which may not led, exeepf-in their prefence, 

cfr two hundred dollars; — In like manner the olL. e-cuf- 

tom*, incl lie of the revenue cutters, may as • 

out as withip their 1 efpeclive diflrJcls, go on board of all fuck 
veffels as, bound to the Unite! Spates, have arrived within 
four leagues of the coaftj may demand maniiehs, examine the 
cargoes j anddefignate any ir.mk or package, beingie; arate r r< ra 
t e reft of -, "e.iling the fame, l> thought pro; cy an.i 

tranfraitting to the collectors of t! • whicji fuch vef- 

fels are boundj a particular acc< any men 

trunk or package, on arrival, not apj ewjng, and thefeal I eing 
broken, fubjecls the mafter to a penalty of two hiinclred dol- 
lars; Such officers may, iulike nces, makefeizurcjfe- 
where goods are legally forfeited ; andif, in any cafe, im^ •ti- 
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€ J or refitted in the execution of their duty, the perfon onenu- 
ing forfeits a ium not exceeding four hundred dollars. 

Entries, on the delivery of the cargoes of vefTels, mud, 
whenfuch delivery is completed, be compared with te entries 
of the owners, or coniignees, and the reiult endorfcci on t ,e 
refpeclive entries, and fubicribed by the orncers making the com- 
panion. And in cafe any package which (hall have oeen re- 
ported, ,be miffing, the m after forieits five hundred dollars; but 
may fave t'ie penalty by making due proof before proper autho- 
rity, that no part of his cargo firrce taken on board, had been 
untnipped, except as contained in his report, or that fucii disa- 
greement was by accident or midake. 

In cafe any goods, other than fait and coal, reraainon board 
any velTsl fifteen days after the mailer's report is required to be 
made, the lame mull, by the infpeclors, be delivere i into t. e 
cuftody of the collector : who keeping them at the rifk of the 
owner, may, at the expi ration of nine months, ii claim be not 
previoufly unade, cauie them to be ap] railed by two reput;u le 
merchants (to afcertain the duties thereoa) and fold at public 
auction, retaining the duties, and paying the overplus, if anj , 
for the ufe of the owner, into the treafury of the United S\ lc~. 
And when goods are damaged, or not accompanied with the 
original invoice, the duties may be afcertaincd by apprailement 
of two merchants, the collector choofing one, and the o^nerthe 
Other; or goods not accompanied with invoices may, at the op- 
tion and rifle of the owner, be kept by the collector till the in- 
voce be obtained. But goods entered, and not invoiced, are 
forfeited ; and any coiieclor fufpecting invoices to be not accord- 
ing to the true value of the goods, may cauie an appraiferaent 
thereof to be made, as in cafe of damaged goods. 

On iuipicion of fraud, packages, whereof an entry has been 
made, may in the prefence of two or more reputable merchants 
be opened and examined ; and ia ca r e o' ■■ i agreement, unlefs 
if be proved to have been by accident or miflake, iuch articles as 
dilagree wkh their refpecdive entries, are fubject to forfeiture. 
Goods concealed, with intention to defraud the revenue, are 
alio, ii found, fubjecT: to forfeiture. And a >y perfon purcha- 
fing gooas liable to feizure, knowing them to be inch, forfeits 
v!oubie their value. 

Oilicers of the cuftoms, demanding or receiving other 
than legal fees, incur a penalty of two hundred dollars ; and 
accepting a bribe or reward, for conniving at a falfe entry'of 
yeffels or goods, a penalty of not lefs than two hundred, nor 
greater than two thoufaud dollars. And peiiVns giving or of- 
fing fuch bribe or reward, incur a like penalty. 



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IV. Of ike payment of Duties cfc. 

IN all cafes where the duties Jo not exceed fifty dollars, : if 
mull be paid immediately; but w xeed that 

fum, they may be either paid .immediately, or feet ed by bond,- 
for their payment, if accruing on Weil India goo :s, other . 
ialt, in four months ; on fait i a nine mouths ; on wines in twelve 
months ; and on all other articles, teas excepted, one halt" in iix,. 
one quarter in nine, and the remainder in twelve months - r 
which bond may at the option of the . eithei inch . 

one or moie fureties, or, without mreties, be accompanied 
with adepofit of part of the goes. And the duties oi\ t< as may- 
be fecure'dby a bond n itli furetics, ; ayable in one year ; or by 
bond, without fureties, indoubh theiramoknt, payable in twa- 
years ; the teas being deposited a l the riikandex. eneeof the im- 
porters^ in warehouh Ion between them ana an infpec- 
tjr. And in cafe 61 depoiit, any partoftht teas a-: ay be 
vere 1 to the owners on paying, or further fecuring the payment 
or the duties, by bond, withfurtties robe paid, where the du- 
ties do not exceed one hundred dollars in four month* j where 
they exceed one hundred, and do not exceed five hundred dol- 
Iirs, in eight months; or where they exceeH five hundred dol- 
lars, in twelve months. But the ere i:t by the lall mentioned 
bond mufl not exceed two years irom the depoiit oi the teas ; 
the collector then having power to caufe Co much thereof to be 
Fold at public auction, as will Uncharge the arrears of duties itill 
due, with coil of file. 

Bonds for duties, not being paid at the time they be- 
come due, the collectors are repaired to inltitute fuits for their 
recovery ; and in cafe of infolvency, the debts due to the Uni- 
te J States have priority. 

V. Of the manner in which goods mujl he imported. 

Spirits, Wines and Teas, muff, on pain of forfeiture, at 
leaf! of the two former, be landed un ier the fuperiftteudance of 
fqme office? of nrfpeciion, to whom all permits from collectors 
for their landing nauit be prcvioufly produced. 

Diftilled fpirits may not be imported in any call: which frhall 
have been marked purfuant to any law re {peeling fuch fpirits, 
on pain of forfeiture of the fpirits, and the mip or veiTel in> 



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flirting them. Nor may an? diftilledfpirits, except arrack, am! 
fWeei be imported in cams- of lei's catchy than nine 

tyg.-Ii.ms, Oil pain- of forfeiture. Ale, beer or porter, may not 
be i - Icfsxafks than of the capacity of forty gallons, 

or in . f :ages than fix dozen of bottles, on pain of forfei- 
ture thereof,- and. of the (hip or veftel importing them; 

No goods-, other than houfefcold furniture, am) cloths- of per- 
fons coming into the United Stales, for the purpofe of becoming 
inhabitants, maybe brought- fiwn a- foreign country, into any 
diflriS thereof, Louifville, Champlain, and South Hero except* 
er manner than by feaj nor by ieain vcilels lets 
t';.i.i i lirtytoas burthen, on pain of forfeiting of all fuch goods^ 
and t .e carriages^ teams, or veifels by which conveyed, 



CUSTO M-H O U S E FEES, Sec. 



To flit CoUcCiOr and Naval Officer* 



Entry of a veflel of ioo tons or upwards,- 

Clearance of do. 

Entry of a veffel under 100 tons 

Clearance of do. 

Permit to land goods 

Every bond taken officially 

Permit to load goods for exportation for drawback 

official certificate or bij I t o£ health 
Every other official document (regifter excepted) © 2.0 



L o"s. 


Cts, 


2 


5°' 


2 


5° 


1 


50 


1 


50 





20 





4O 





SO 





2 



To the Surveyor' 

Dol':.CtS. 
For meafurtment of a veflcl of 100 tuns and under, 

per ton, o 1 

do. do. from 10310200 tons 1 ,50 

dc. do. above 200 tons 2 o 
On each veffel of 100 tons and upwards, with goods 

iubject to duty $ Q 



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UY, <er jcotcns, vnih fitto 

Ail veflels not having goods fubjecYto'duty 

Inspector, for every day when actually employed, re 

ceives 
Meafuier, for every loobufhelsof fait 

Ditto- do. coal 

Weigher, fov every c-vt. 

Guager, for guaging and marking every ca/k 
Computing contents offpirits or wine 



Counting buttles of cyder, beer, aie. 
dozen 



or porter, pet 



661 

66 

40 

3 



DUTIES PAYABLE IN 



Dolls. Cts. 



Gold coins of Great-Britain and Portugal, or of equal 
fineness, for every twenty -feven grains 1 

Ditto of France, Spain, ana the dominions of Spain, 

for every 27 and two fiftasof a grain 
Mexican Dollar 
C*own, of France, 
Crown, of England, 
Silver coins, of equal finenefs, per oz« 
Cut-iliver, of equal fineneis 



o 

o • 

19 
IO 
IO 



RATES OF COIN3 FOR ESTIMATING DUTIES. 



Poind {terling 
Dutch florin, or guilder, 
Mark banco, of Hamburgh^ 
Real Plate, of Spain 
Mill Ree, of Portugal, 
Pound iter ling oi Ireland j 
Tale, of China, 
Pago. 'a, of India, 
Rupee, of Bengali, 



Doll'. 


Cts. 


A- 


'4 





39 


• 


35r 





10 


1 


^4 


4 


10 


1 


43. 


1 


9+ 


• 


iii 



The FOLLOWING DUTIES, 

4*1 IMPOSED ON THE TONNAGE OT 

SMIP or VESSELS, 

to wit : — 



a 



"N flips or veflels of the United St'tes when entered from* 
any foreign port or place ; and when entered into a diftricl in 
one ftatefroma diftriS in another ftate (other than an aJioin'ms. 
nate on tie lea coait, or on a navigable river ; and other than 
ve:I>!s -Jul/ licence 1, employed in the coafting. trade, or in the 
bank or whale fifheriesj which are exempt from paying tonnage, 
while fo employed, more than once in a year,) having on board 
goo:! 1 *, wares, and merchandize, taken in one ftate, to be deli- 
vered in another, at the rate of fix ce its per ton. On (hips or 
reiTels o>iiJt within tie United States fince the ao'th July, 1789, 
bat owned wholly or in part by foreigners, when entered from a 
foreign port or place, at die rate ef thirty cents per ton; 
on all other (hips or veflUs, when entered from a foreign 
pott or place, at the rate of fiftja cents \ er ton ; and on 
all (tap* or ve{Tds not of the Unite i States, when entered! 
in one Jiftridt from another diftridr, having on board gooes, wares 
an 1 me chan lize, taken in one diftridtto be delivered into another 
at the rate of fifty cents per ton. 

To ascertain the tonnage of a (hip, if the fame be double 
decked, take tha length thereof from the fore part of the main 
ftem to the after part of the ftern poft above the upper deck ; the 
brea ith at the broadeft part above the main wales ; hair of which 
breadth acco—it the dej th, deduct :from the length three fifths f 
the 'breadth ; niulti 1/ the remainder by the breadth, and thai 
prjduct by the le t th, <.nd divide the laff product by ninety five. 
If the (kip be fiagle decked, take the length andb:e;< ti as above 
directe I ; take the depth from the under fide of the deck plank to 
the ceiling in the hold ; and deducting from the lei gth three fifths 
©f the breadth*, mutely and divide as aforciaid. 



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Duties on tonnage mull he paid within ten days after report 
of the ca-go na .e to the collector ; an J any reader of a veiTel 
leavhip; or attempting to leave a port without [ayingiuch duties, 
.forfeits five hundred dollars. 



DRAWBACKS AND BOUNTIES. 



o 



N all goods, ware* and merchandize (fpirits, manufac- 
tured tobacco, inufl ind refined fugar excepted) to: which c u- 
tics, on im oitation, to the amount of twenty dollars, (haU. 
have bsen paio or (ecifred, there is allowed, ii the fame within 
twel/e calender months, be re-exported to any foreign com try, 
a drawback equivalent to the duties io paid or fecured, deduct- 
ing therefrom, as an iodemBification for. tlie expenses which may 
have accrued by fturage, tees of officers, and the like, one per 
cent. 

On f| irits, if the fame amount to one hundred and .fifty gal- 
lo>s, and be ex. orted ir VffTels of thirty tons and u] wards, an 
allowance, by way of draw back, for every gallon ex i orted,equstf 
to the impoft per gallon, accoruingt* t.;e rci 4 ective proots, ce- 
ducting, for the purpoies afoieJaid, hah a cent pei gallon : And 
on fpirits ..Milled wit. is the United States, horn im o. ted mc laf- 
fes, an additional allowance of three cents per gallon, to ba- 
lance the duty on that article. 

On [ickledfifh oi the fifheries of the United States, eighteen 
ceuts per barrel, and on ether proviiior.s ialted within the !ai« 
States fifteen cents per barrel (; rovided the bounty air cum to 
jhree dollars) at tneir exportation, as. an equivalent for the duty 
on fa't. 

There is alio an annual bounty payable on the lafl day of 
December, in lieu oi a former allowance on dried fifl), to the 
owners or agents of fi/bingvefiels legally qualified and em] Joy- 
ed in carrying on the bank and oner cod fifheries, ar.o v hi' h 
'fhaii be therein employed four morths during the fifhirg fea'cn, 
reckoning from i he la ft day of February to tie laftdayoJ Ko- 
pember, one dollar and twenty cents lor every ten of ire actual 
a Imeafurementoffuchveflfelor boats, as artl^aore than five or left 
•than twenty tons burthen, and mali have Ianoed during the pre- 
ceding iealon a quantity of filh, which when cured and fit for 
Exportation, fliail be equal to twelve quintals for every ton of 
herfttid adnieafurejkent ; tlicallowar.ee in this cafe to be accounted 



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W part of the proceeds of the fares of the (aid boat oi< vefTel, and* 
to Lc fo d viced aaioig tl e peribns interfiled ; one . ollar and 
cig ty cents for every ton of the admeai'urement of fuch vclTels as 
art- between twenty and thirty tons burthen : and three dollars 
for tvery ton of fuch veflels as exceed thirty tons burthen-; pro- 
vided the allowance to any one veiTel do not in a feafon, ex- 
ceed one bun l«J and feventy uollars. The allowances in the 
two cafes I ill mentioned are to be divided, three tights to the 
MOiroers of the vfffels, andfive eights to the nfbermen employed 
therein the pieceuiog feafon, in fuch proportion as-tbe quantity 
of nib cy t .em rei e&ively taken dial! bear the whole quantity 
taken on board fuch ve/Tels during the laid feafon. 

Befi ;*s the above fpeci£ed4raw backs and allowances, which 
• entitle t e ex c ter, &a t > the receipt of saoney, there arc fun- 
dry other allowances, vvhic, tena to diminish the duty to the 
ira >6iter, See. Such are tie allowances for leakage on liquors 
and for drau»*i>t and t we on articit s of weight 

For the leakage on all liquors u : 'on which duties are payable 
by the gallon, including f irits ainMled within the United States, 
there is a : allowance of two per cent, according to the guage 
of the calks containing the fame lb. 

For dwjght, on .any quantity to the amount of an hun- 
dred weight, or i is pounds I 
On any quantity, from one to two hundred weight 2 
From two to t'iree hundredweight 3 
.From three to -tea hundred 4 
From ten to eighteen hundred 7 
On any quantity above eighteen hundred *) 
For tare, on every w hole cheft of bohea tea 70 
On every half ciieft 36 
On evervquarter chefl 10 
On ere y cheft of hyfon or ether green tea of the weight 

feventy pounds or upwards, giols 2% 

On every box of oilier tea, of not lefs than fifty pounds, 

nor more thanfeventy pounds, grofs i3 

All other boxes of tea, according to their invoice per C. 

On co.ee, in bags 2. 

In bales 3 

la Calks 12 

On Pepper, in bale" 5 

In calks _ >» 

•On lugar, other than half loaf, in calks, ifc 

In box's J S 

On all other goocte acsordingto the invoice. 



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ft being lawful alfo in any cafe where the original invoice is 
produced, and the tare appears therein, the importer or con- 
fignee concurring, to eft i mate ttie taie according to fuch in- 
voice. 

T ie preceding are the principal cafes in which drawbacks 
ail i premiums are recognized by coivjre.'s : of t:ie benefit of 
which no one can avail hi mfelf without a careful adherence to 
the rules and re It. iot'o.is of the law. Wiich reilrictions, being 
enaAed for the prevention of fraud, are very particular and ex- 
plicit ; any material departure from which, will not only de- 
prive the party of the benefit of the premium or drawback, but 
expofe him to forfeiture, an ! in fome cafes both of goo..s and 
refTel. We i h all, in a concife view, collect and fet forth the 
principal regulations on the fubjtct, with the forfeitures annex- 
e.ito trie violation thereof, for the information of thole who majji 
not have had opportunity or leifure to attend minutely to the 
laws : referring fuch ;is wifhfo«- more particular information to 
the fererai acls ofCongrefs relative to im oas. 

In cafe of the exportation of goods, wares and merchandize, 
the exporter mult, previous to lading them on board any veiiel 
for that purpoie, give to the collector of the oiftrict, from which 
the expo, tat ion is intended to lie made, twenty -four hours noticeof 
fuch his intention, fpecifyirig therein the ieveral articles intended 
to be exported, together with the cafks, caies, cheils, boxes, 
and other packages containing the fame, and, their .refpeftive 
marks, number and contents. And if t :, .ey be imported articles 
notice mutt alio be given of the mtp or velTel, in which t'.ie per- 
ibn for, or by whom, and the place from which n«y were im- 
ported, accompanied with proof by oath 'of the perions, inclu- 
ding the exporter, through whofe hands they have pafled, res- 
pecting their due importation, and the fecurity of the duties' 
thereupon. Proof mult alfo oe made in refect to pickled fifli, 
andfalted proviiions, that the fifh are of the fisheries oi the> 
Unite. i States, and that the provifions were ialtcd therein. The 
exporter nuift further make oath that the faid goods are, bona 
fide, intended to be exported; and enter into bond with fuficient 
liireties, in a fum equal to the amount of the drawback, not to 
re-land them within the limits of the United States, at fettled by 
the late treaty of peace. 

Tuefe recjujtitions being com] lied w;.»h on the part of the ex- 
porter, and the goods infpeeled by the cclleclor, and found tf 
correfpond with the notice and proof reflecting the fame, a per* 
mit is granted for lading them. 

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But the drawback thereon is not payable till fix months after 
their exportation, a written certificate from two reputable mer- 
chants at the foreign port or place where the/ fhall have been 
landed, accompanied with the oath of the matter and mate of 
th?vefl'_'l, certify! ;g thejr delivery, being requited previoufly to 
be produced to the collector, with whom the outward entry was 
ma 'e ; unle r s when the lanaing of the goo, s is prevented by 
Io:'ie unavoidable accident, as tbipwreck ; in which, cafe a \ ro- 
teit, in due form of law, mace by the mailer and mate,, or fome 
of the feaAen j or when no inch proteit can be bad; the o; 
the exporter (unlefs there ;s good realon to fufj eel t! e truth of 
the fame is permitted to betaken in lieu offuch oilier proof. 

Thefe regulations being intended to [revent every kind of 
fraud, cpilufioi, or deception, it is eiacted, Seel. 59 of the 
si act to provide more e eclually for the Collection oi the emit s 
impofedby law on goods, wares, and merchandize imj orted in- 
to the United States, and on the tonnage of (hips and veiTels," 
That if any goods, &c. entered for exportation: with intent to 
draw back the duties, or to obtain any allou ance given by law 
on the exportation thereof, fhall be landed in any 1 ort or place 
within the limits of the United States asaforefaid, all inch goods 
&c. {hall be fubject tofeizure arid forfeiture,, together with the 
fhip or veflel from which fuch goods fhall be landed, and t e 
▼ciTel or boats iifed in landing the fame ; and all perfons con- 
cerned therein, (hall, on conviction and indictment thereof, iuf- 
fer impriionment, for a term not exceeding fix months. 

In cafe alio ,thc exportation offpirits, whether of foreign or 
domeftic diirillation, notice as aforefaid muff be given to ti e [ro- 
per officer of inspection, fix hours previous 10 putting them on 
board any veflel for that : purpofe, of the exporter's intention to 
export them, of the number of calks, velTels, and cafes contain- 
ing them, and the refipecn've marks thereof, the place where they 
are then depofited, the {hip or veflel in which, and the place to 
which they are intended to be exported. He mud alio produce 
to the (aid officer the certificates which by law ought to accom- 
pany them, and make oath as aforefaid of his true intention to ex- 
port the fame, ana proof of the duties being \ aid or iecured, and 
enter into bond with two futficient furetits, (the mailer of the 
veflel being one) in a fum equal to the value of the fpirits, not 
to re-laud them. After which, being duly iafj.eeled and brand- 
ed, they mu ft be kdsn on board the veiTel in prefence of the of- 
ficer who infpeeted them : And if afterward unfhipped or re- 
landed within the limits of the United States, or within four 
leagues of the coail thereof, unlefs the voyage fhall not have 






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orfhal! have been altered, or in diftrefs of wear* 

rfi -. . !y notified to the | rlaci- 

pf the cufloms, reficiing at the neaveil port thereto) 

»er tackle, appai el, and 
furniture, and all boats or vcffels employed in un (hipping or 
landing the fame, and their tackle and furniture, are forfeited, 
and are liable to feizure by any officer of the c idioms or of in- 
fpectlon. T :, e payment of the drawback is alio in this ca!e de- 
ferred tul fix months after exportation. 

And in cafe of allowances on fishing veflels, where the boats 
or veif.ds arc under twenty tons, an account of the weight of 
fifh ca ight, the original n j illment and fettlement of the fare a- 
mong tie owners and fifhermen, together with a written ac- 
count of the length, breadth, and depth of the boat, or veiTel, 
and the time (he has been actually employed in the fifhery dur- 
ing the prectdingfeafon, m lift be produced to the collector of 
the dillric~t author; fed to ray the laid allowance, and Iworn or 
affirmed to before him, in order to entitle the owner, his agent 
or lawful representative, to receive the lame. And if any fraud 
of deceit in obtaining fuch allowance, mall, at any time within 
a year after raying it, appear to have been practised, the boat 
or vtikl, upon which tie allowance mall have been paid, ia 
by law forfeited, if found within the diflrict; otherwise the ow- 
ner having practifed fuch fraud or deceit, forfeits and is liable to 
pay one hundred dollars. 

Where the vefl*ls are of twenty tons or upwards, an agree- 
ment in writing or print svious to any voyage, be mace 
between the skipper or mailer a. 1 :! every fi merman, expremng 
the terms of fhi. merit ; whether the iame are to. continue 
for the voyage only, or for the i'eaion,, and that the 
fifh or proceeds of liich roynge or voyages, which may ap- 
pertain to the fifhermen, fhall be divided among them in pro- 
portion to the quantity of fim by them reij edively caught; to 
bealfo indorfed or counter- figned by the owner or his agent. — 
Which agreement, toget! er with a certificate, fiibfcribed by 
the owner, his agent or lawful reprefentative, and certifying on 
his or their oath, the particular day on which any vefTel failed on, 
or returned from the fereral voyages, which me may have made 
the preceding feafon, mufl, in like manner, be produced to the 
collector, before the faid owner, £Lo can be entitled to receive 
any allowance. 



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GOVERNMENT 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 



SUPREME EXECUTIVE. 

JOHN ADAMS, Prefidentof the United States, and Coitw 
man Jer in Chief of all their Forces by Land and Sea, elect- 
ed for four years, on the day of Salary, 25,000 dol- 
lars per annum. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON, Vice Prefident, and Prefident 
#f the Senate. Salary, 3000 dollars per annum. 

SENATORS OF THE UNITED STATES. , 

New- Hampjhire. 
John Langdon, Samuel Livermore. 
Maffachiifetts* 
Benjamin Goodhue, Theodore Sedgwick* 

Rhode- IJldrtd. 
Mr. Green, Theodore Fofter. 

Connecticut. 
James Hillhoufe, Uriah Tracey. 
Vermont. 
Elijah Paine, Mr. Chipman. 

New- York. 
Philip Schuyler, John Laurence. 

New-'Jerfy. 
John Rutherfurd, Richard Stockton. 
Pennfylvania, 
William Bingham, James Rofc< 



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Delaware* 
John Vining, Henry Latimer. 

Mary I arid. 
James Lloyd, John E. Howard. 

Virginia, 
Stevens T. Mafon, Henry Tazewell. 

Kentucky. 
John Brown, Humphrey Marlhalt 

Tenntft€-i 
Jofeph Anderfoii, Mr. Jackloa. 

North Carolina. 
Alexander Martin, Timothy Pdoo iwoitfr. 

South- Carolina* 
Jacob Read, John Hunter. 

James Gann, Jofiah Tattnall. 
Secretary. • fen muel A. Otis. 
Chaplain.— Right Rev. William White, 
Doorkeeper. — James Mathers. 
Assistant-Doorkeeper. — C. Maxwell. 



THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Jonathan Dayton, fpeaker. 

Ne w- Hambjhire . 
Abiel F oiler, Jonathan Freeman, William Gordon, Peleg 
Spragwe. 

Mafiachufetts. 
Baily Bartletf, Stephen Bullock, Dwight Fofter, Nathaniel 
Freemar, Samuel Lyman, Harrifon G. Otis, Iiaac Parker r 
John Reed, Samuel Sewall, William Shepard, Thompfon J. 
Skinner, George Thatcher, Jofeph B. Varnum, Peleg Wadf- 
vorth. 

Rhode J /land. 
Chr;fto»her G. Champlin, Thomas Tilling!)**!, 



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ConneBicui. 
John Allen, Jofhua Coit, Samuel W. Dana, William Ed- 
mond, Chauncey Goodrich, Roger Grit wold, Nathaniel Smith. 
Vermont. 
Matthew Lyon, Lewii R. Morris. 

New-York. 
David Brooks, James Cochran, Lucas Elmendorph, Henry 
Glen, Jonathan N. Havens, Hezekiah L. Hofmer, Edward 
Livifigflon, John E. Van Alen, Philip Van Cortlandt, John 
Williams. 

New-Jerfy. 
Jonathan Dayton, James H. Imlay, James Schurcman, T. 
Sinnickfon, Mark Thomfon. 

Pennfylvania. 

&BliG m &sr&, John Chapman, MWtiimm"&m&&y , Albert 
Gallatin, Andrew Gregg, John A. Hannah, Thomas Hartley s 
Jofeph Heifler, John Wilkes, Blair M'Clenachan, fiaiu lgl 
g i tgwn i ng , Richard Thomas, • M nrgna p 

Delaware. CY#S-<< ■ 
James A. Bayard. 

Maryland. 
Samuel Smith, George Baer, William Craik, John Dennis, 
George Dent, William Hindman, William Mathews, Richard 
Sprigg. 

Virginia- 
Richard Brent, Samuel J. Cabell, Thomas Claiboine, M. 
Clay, JohnClopton, John Dawfon, Thomas Evans, William 
B. Giles, Carter B. Harrifon, David Holmes, Walter Jones, 
James Machir, Daniel Morgan, Anthony New, John Nicho- 
las, Jofiah Parker, Abrahan Trigg, John Trigg, Abraham 
B. Venable- 

Kentitcky. 
Thomas T. Davies, John Fowler. 

North- Carolina. 
Thomas Blount, Nathan Bryan, Demfey Burges, Jameg 
Giilefpie, William Barry Grove, Matthew Locke, Nathaniel 
Macon, Jofeph M'D«we!l, Richard Stanford, Robert William*. 
Tennefee. 
William Ckarles Cole Claiborne. 

South- Carolina. 
Lemuel Benton, Robe> t Goodloe Harper, Thomas Pinck- 
sey, John Rutledge, William Smith, Thomas Sumpter. 



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Georgia. 

Abraham Baldwin, John Mflledge. 

Clerk. —Jonathan VV. Co.uly. 
Chaplain.— Rev. Afhbel Green. 
Serjeaut-at-Arms.— Jofeph Wheaton'. 
Doorkeeter. — Thomas C laxton. 
Assistant Doorkeeper.. — Thomas Dunn. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT* 

Oliver EHWorth, chief Jnftice> for Pennfylvaniaj Salary 4.90m 
dollars per annum. 

Aflbcfate Juflices, WilHanfCufhing of Maflachufetu, Wm. 
PaterfonofNewJcrfey, James Wilfon of Pennfylvania, Samuel 
Cha eof Maryland, James Iredell, ofNorth Carolina, Salary 
3,jco dollars \>cr anneach. 

Charles Lee, Attorney general, for the Commonwealth of 
Pennfylvaniaj falary 2,400. 

Luther Martin; Attorney general of the ftate of Maryland. 



Judges of the Baltimore County Court. 
Henry Ridgely, Chief Juftice. 
V\ illiam Ou ings, William Winchefter, aflociate juflices. 

yudgef of the Baltimore Criminal court. 
Henry Ridgely, Chief Juftice. 
George G. Prefbury, Lyde Goodwin, and Job Smith, af- 

iociate juftices. 

Magiflrates of the City of Baltimore. 
Jo&ua Lemmon, Nicholas Rogers, George G. Prefbury, 
George Salmon, George A. D unite], Owen Dorley, Wm. 
Ruffel, Robt. Gorfuch, James Carroll, Ifaac Grieft, J< b 
Smith, Thomas Cole, Thomas Elliot, John O'Donnell, v o. 
Buchanan, James Calhoun, Ifaac Van Bibber, AorahainVaa 
Bibber, Thorowgood Srjaith> 



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Judges of the Orphans Court. 
George G." Pselbary, Charies Ridgely of VV n. Randolph 
P. Latimer. 

State Legiflators for Baltimore County. 
James Carroll, Elexis Lcmmon, Elias Brown, Chad 
Ridgely of VVm. 

Senators. 
Charles Ridgely of H. David M'ATechen. 
Governor. — Benjamin Ogle. 

B J N K s: 

BANK OF BALTIMORE, NO. I 54, MARK^T-STREEf. 

Geo. Salmon, prcfitlent. — James Cox, cafhier. Dii'couit- 
•tays, Tueiday & Friday. 

RANK OF MARYLAND, NO. 20, SOUTH- STREET. 

William Patterfon, piefidenL — Robert Wilion, cafhier. 
Difcount day, Thurfday. 

OFFICE OF DISCOUNT & DEPOSITS. 

Archibald Campbell, prefidenk — David Harris, cafhier* 
25ifcount day, Monday. Kept the corner of Gay & Second 
ft;eet. 



Members of the Corporation of' the City of Baltimore. 

JAMES CALHOUN, Mayor of the City. 

R. H. Mo ale, Regifter. 
Memhers of the Firfl Braich of the City Council. 
Peter Frick, President.- 
Wm. JefTop, Ephraira Robinfonj Firfl Ward. 
David Poe, George Preitman, Second Ward. 
Robert Smith, Zebu Ion HollingrVorth, Third Ward. 
David M'Meches, John Hiilen, Fourth Ward. 
Thomas Hollingiworth, Adam Fcnerden. Fifth Wartf. 
Peter Frick, Baitzer Schaiier, Sixth Ward. 
Jonathan Rutter, Robert Stewart, Seventh Ward. 
Jofeph Biays, Doctor Coulter, Eighth Ward. 
Thomas Kell, cleric. 
Thomas Roberts, MefTengeh 



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Members of the Second Branch of the City Council'. 
John M^rrryman-, prefi ent. 
William Goo iwin, Nicholas Rogers, John Merry man, Ed- 
Ward johnfon", William M'Creery, Robert Gilmor, William 
C. GouLifuaith, Job Smith. 

R. H. Moalc, Clerk. 
Thomas Cooper, Mtffcnger. 

C'ry Commiffioners. 
Dari i M'-Moche 1, b-J.i i* Lilicott, David Williamfon, Rich- 
arlCdton, and Fionas Cole. 

CoHamilTioners of the Watch and Lighting tVc City. 
George G. Prelbiiry, Job Smith, and Lyde Goodwin, 

CommimoAers of Health. 
William Winchefter, Jofeoli Townfend, John Stump, H> 
Waters, and Wnujackfon. 

Coauxnfto.iers to make a fti rvey of the harbor and port of Bal- 
timore. 
William Patteifon, David Stewart, and Seth Barton. 

In 1". lectors of flour. 
George W. Moore, and iiaac Trimble. 



Iiifr ectoi of faked provisions. 
George Mathews* 

Siiperintendanrs of the Pumps, 
George Decker, for the Firft Ward. 
George Preftman, Second Ward. 
Job Smith, Third Ward. 
William Wilfon, Foith Ward. 
Paul Ecntalou, Fifth War I. 
JBaitzer Sehaffer, Sixth Ward. 
David Brown, Seventh Ward. 
John Lee, Eighth Ward. 

Jofeph Smith, harbor mailer. 

J >hn Hopkins, colleger. 

James Hicks, fuperintendant of the (heels. 

Benjamin J. Mercer, city conllable. 

Cliillopher Cruie, fuperintendant of the mud machine, 



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AffeiToxs. 
Jacob Ffte, John Brevit', Samuel Vincent, and James Baker. 

Clerks of the c liferent Markets. 
Lavallin Barry, for L.'.e i!a:io\ er market. 
Ro >ert Tbornpfon, for the Point market. 
Janes Long, for the Centre market. ■ 
Arthur Currick, deputy Do. 

Meafurers of Lumber. 
Win. Carman, Charles Conflable, James Motrins, and \V« 
En lor. 

Wood CorJers. 
John Guttroforthe fir ft oiitrict, Charles Ward for the fecond 
diftrict, Samuel James for the third diftrict, Peter Weary for the 
foui t:i difhict. 

Wood Infpedtors. 
Richard Bond, Patrick Mullen, ^Andrew Carfon, and Peter 
Weary. 

Hay Weighers. 
Richard Boulden, Rooe.tDcvv. 

Jonn Fennel, guager. 

John Patrick, keeper of the powder magazine- 

Seperintendanti of the Sweeps. 
George Thornburgl , Jen Cumruius, and Richard Beaiv 



AN EXTRACT FROM AN ORDINANCE, 
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH OF THE 

CIT'/. cP/vsseed Feb. &7, 1799. 

" Bii IT EXACTED AND ORDAINED, By the Mayor 

and City council of Baltimore, That five or more perions be 
annually appointed comnviflioners to conflitute a board of health, 
whole duty it (hull be to watch over the health of the city, to 



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aid and>aliut the health officer for the time being, and to carry 
into effect the provifions of this ordinance. 

" AND BE IT ENACTED AN. ~> ordained, That all 
po (Is ofilignaut frater, all cellars l ons of houfes 

' ani- 

m 1 putri.fieJ fubftances~lying in, or about the docks, ftreets, 

, alleys or market places lots or yards, all privies 

t'-iat have no w ells funk un.'er them, ail g';:vc yards, tallow 
es, tanneries, fugar boilers, skin cirefTers, dyers, glue 
boilers and (laughter houfes not pro; erly regulated.; all d cks 
v, e botto ins are alternately wet by the ebbing and 

flowing of the. tide.; all collections of filtrwn the ftreets, lanes, 
; all accumulations of vegetate and 
animal u! ;'. . ices u utref ci ve ie:- 

heraby declared - ve of cff-mlrVe va« 

lomeltic origin ot ch fea ( s. 

" And be it liNAc 1 ii at 

e Commiilioners of health flball report to the Ma or 

»-f the afore aid o other oiienfive fubftances, which in 
endanger i e city, and which 

immoveable, the mayor is hereby empowered to order the re- 
moval thereof, if on public property at the exji-ence of,the cor- 
poration, and if on private proj eity to 01 .ler t ie removel thereof 

•; owner or occupier ofiuch property, allowing; therefor in 

on a feafonable ri:ne ; and in cafe oi n< liance 

with fuch order, he may direct the fuperinten : ftreets to 

ve the fame at fuch owner or occupier's ex ; ence, and fuch 
owner or occupier {hair be further, liable to the penalty of for- 

r ten dollars, for the ufe of the corporation. 

" And be it enacted and ordained, That when- 
ever the health officer or the cornnnfnoners of health fjhall order 
si riy damaged hides, damaged coffee or cither damaged goods 
Found within the city, to be removed therefrom to any diftance 
^of exceeding three miles, and the perfon or perfon s owning or 
having charge ofiuch articles, fhall not comply with fuch , 
witi in .■: hours thereafter, every perfon fo offending (h .11 for- 
feit and pay the fum of one hundred dollars for eveiy inch ne- 
glect or refnfal, and the fum 9& twenty collars for every 
hour the fame fhail thereafter fo remain, for the ufe of the corpo- 
ration. 

■" A«D BE IT ENACTED AND O'&DAINED, III Order the 

more effectually to prevent the introduction of contagious dif- 
eafes into the city, that atany time when the mayor of me city, 
fttall receive fatisiacto'ry information of the exiuejuee of any con- 



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tagious difeafe in any place on the continent with which the citi- 
zens 01 Baltimore may nave communication or connexion, the 
mayor may and ra nereoy authorife . to iff.e a proclamath n, or- 
b:d iing l e entrance oi all perfons or things coming iVom inch 
infecleJ [elates into the city or ? ithin tnree miles thereof, and 
the citizens from having any communication with them lor at 
leait a teen iays, provided he, (he or they cannot pro luce an 
approved cer.'ncate of their aotence from fuch pi ce tor at Ieaft 
fifteen .:ays p ei ms thereto ; but fie mayor may, witii the con- 
currence oi a majority of the commifiioners o' health, make inch 
exceptions to this general prohibition as to them may appear 
Fate an I prudent* and may in fuch proclamation, permit t e en- 
trance Dtfuch pcrlons or uings as may therein be cefignated, 
whom he may direct, previous to t ei; entrance, to be examin- 
es My a phyfician or phyficians, to be by him appointed ibr that 
pur;.Gie. 

" AND BE BT ENACTED AND ORDAINED, That the 

•commiihoaers of health, when thereto requeued by the mayor, 
ftall provide a houie or houfes, or tents, at fuch uiftance from 
-the city as .the mayor (hall approve oi, on or near the road on 
which travellers mall pais from fuch infected place, tor their ac- 
co nmo Jation during their detention. 

"And be it enacted and ordained, That every 
perfon willingly and knowingly Oi ending againfl the i iseclions 
of laid proclamation, {hall forfeit and pay, in the riifcretion of 
the mayor, a fum not exceeding five hundred dollars, one half 
to the informer di\6 the other halt to the ufe of the corporation. 

"And be it enacted and ordained, That the 
Gorami no e s oi health mall meet at the co art hi u e orfome ether 
place in the laid city, on the firft Vtoa.ay in trie months of 
April, May, June, July, Aug .ft, September, October and 
November, or as often as occalion may require for the purr 
pofe of collecting and receiving every poihbie information of 
the flate of health of the city, &c." 

Qj" IN this Ordinance there is particular acls PafTed, rela- 
tive to veilels from fufpected places, to perform quarantine ; — 
oftne health officer to vifit eachveiTcl at the anchoring place be- 
ta? tie fort, with power of renewing tie quarantine ii necef- 
fary, for a limited time ; alioftrict penalties on any mailer or 
mafters, bringing up or landing any perfon or . ed'ons, with 
infectious diieaies, without oeing examined by the health offi- 
cer; like wife ibr concealing ftck perfons on board, and further, 
for landing, without giving proper notice, damaged hides, cof- 



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fee, &c. with their refpeclive difcretional and limited fines, 
forfeitures, &c. 

ANOTHER EXTRACT FROM AN ORDINANCE, 
TO PREVENT AND REMOVE NUISANCES IN 
THE CITY AND PRECINCTS OF BALTIMORE. 

Passed, April 11th, 1797. 

<c Bt it enacted and ordained by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, That the inhabitants and occupiers of 
houfes and lots, and fextons, porters, or other keepers of 
churches, raccting-houfes, or other public buildings, or bury- 
ing grounds, fronting the paved fbeets, lanes, or alleys within 
►the laid city, (hail rake and fweep into the cart-way, the dirt, 
foil or filth to be found on the brick pavements, footways, 
and gutters before their refpeclive houfes, lots, dwellings, or 
public buildings, or caufe the fame to be done once in ereijr 
week, that is to fay, 0:1 every Friday, by ten o'clock in the fore- 
noon (when the Inow or ice on the fame does not prevent) 
that it may be removed as is herein after provided, under the pe- 
nalty of any fum not exceeding one dollar, for tvery neglect or 
■eiufaii for the ufe of the city. 

" And be it enacted and ordain* d, That no 
perfon or perfoni whomfoever {hall call or lay, or caufe to be 
caft or laid, any oyifcer (hells, fLavings, allies, dirt, or liable 
manure, on any of the (beets, lanes or alleys oi the {aid city 
•(unlefs the fame be placed or laid in front of his, her, or their lot, 
and removed within two hour*) under the penalty of two dol- 
lars for every fuch offence, lor the ufe of the city^" 



EXTRACT FROM 
An ACT to ereel Baltimore-Town, in Baltimore- 
County, into a city, and to incorporate the In- 
habitants thereof. — Paired in the General df~ 
Jemby of Maryland* the thirty firft day of De- 
cember, 1796. 



W, 



HEREAS, it is found by experience, That the good 
order, health, peace and fafety of large towns and cities cannot 
he preferred, nor the evils and accidents to which they are fob- 

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je,3, avoided or remedied without an internal power, competent 
to eftablifh a \ olice and regulation, fitted to their [.articular cir- 
cumftances, wants and exigencies, Therefore, 

" Be it/enacted by the General Assembly of Maryba-wd, 

That BaUi more- town, in Baltimore county, mail be and is 
here!')- creeled into a city, by the name of the .city of Baltimoue, 
and the inhabitants thereof oonftituted a body ] olitic and corj o- 
rate, by the name of tie Mayor and city council' of Baltimore, 
and a« fuch fhallhave perpetual fuccefnon, and by their cor j o- 
rate name may fue and be fued, implead and be imj.k-aced, 
grant, receive, and do all other acts as natural perlbns, and 
may purchase and hold real, peiibnal and mixed property, ol- 
difpoie.oi" the fame for the benefit of the laid city, and may Lave 
and ufe a city feai, which may be. broken oraltered at tkafuiQ, 
The city of Baltimore mail be divided into eight wards, each 
ward to contain, as nearly as may be, an equal number of in- 
habitants; the firft divifion fhall be made by feven resectable 
citizens, or a majority of them, to be appointed by the governor 
and council, and the corporation of the faid city thereafter, 
from time to time, /hall caufe a correct divifion oi the faid city 
to be made in eight wards, according to the actual number of 
inhabitants, which divifions fhall be repeated as often as 
the incieafe ordecreafe of inhabitants in any ward or wares fhall 
render it neceffary, in order to give a jufl reprefentation ; and \\ hen 
the inhabitants mall encreafe to forty thouland, it mail then be 
divided into fifteen wards, and for any additional incieafe oi in- 
habitants, one new ward only, mail be added for every twenty 
thouland, in order to preferve, as nearly as may be, an equal 
mumher of voters in each ward. 

xe That the councils of the city of Baltimore, mail confiit 
of two branches, one whereof fhall be denominated the firfl 
branch, the other the fecond branch ; the firfl branch, {ball confiflqf 
two members, of the molt wife, fenfible and difcreet of th.e peo- 
ple from each ward, who mail be citizens .of the United States, 
above twenty -one years of age, refu'entsof the town three years 
preceding their appointment* and affejTed on the books of the af- 
feflbrsjto the amount of one thouland dollais ; and the voters for 
the firfl branch of the faid city council fhall have the lame qua- 
lifications as voters for delegates to the general. afTembly of this 
Hate; and the faid ele<£Uon mall be made viva voce, 

" That the corporation aforefaid /hall have full power .and 



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authority t'oe ;ia.^ and pafs all laws an J ordinances necerftary ro 
preserve the health'of the city., prevent and remove nuifanees ;to 
prevent the introduction of contagious- difeafes within the -city, 
a.i.l within three miles of the fame ; to eftablifi night watches 
orpatroles, and erect lamps; to provide for a general furveyof 
the city and precincts; to aicertain when neceffary, thebouiula- 
rics and location of theftreets, lots, lanes, and alleys thereof tfa 
eftablifh new ftreets, lanes and alleys, with the consent of the 
proprietors of the ground, and to alter and ftreighten fleets, 
lanes and alleys, with the confent oft e proprietors of t e lots or 
h > res adjoing fuch ftr tts, a i s a . illeys ; to providefor tht 
prefervation of the navigation ofjthe bafon, and ( Patapfco river, 
within the limits of the city of Baltimore, and four miles thereof; 
for cleaning anddeeperring the'bafon and docks, and for regular- 
ting the flat ion, anchoring and mooring of veffela ; but no tax*, 
direct or indirect (hall be laid on that part of Baltimore called 
Deptforl II murel, for the prefervation of the navigation of the 
bafon, or for cleaning or deepening the bafon or docks therein ; 
to provide for licenfing and regulating anions and pawn-bro- 
kers, within the city and precincts thereof ; to retbain or prohi- 
bit fining, and to provide for licenfmg, regulating, or rftftrain- 
ing theatrical or other public amufements, within the city or 
precincts ; to ere a" and repair bridges ; to pave and keep in re- 
pairall the neceffary draius andfewers, and to pal's all regulati- 
ons neceffary for the prefervation of the lame, to eitablifti and re- 
gulate infpections within the city, fubjecl to the future acis ol the 
general affembly ; to regulate and affix the fize of bread ?to 
vide forthe fafe keepingand prefervation of the ftandard oi weights 
and meafures fixed by congrefs, and for the regelating thereby all 
weights and meafures ufed within the city and precincts ; to re- 
gulate party walls and partition fences ; to creel and regulate 
markets ; to provide forlicenfing and regulating (with the con- 
tent of the Maryland Infurance Fire Company) the fweeping of 
chimnies, and fixing the rites thereof within the city and pre- 
cincts, and for regulating the fweeping of any chimney, by the 
neglect of which the fafety of the city may be endangered, and 
to afceriain the width of thofe to be built in the city ; to eftablifh 
and regulate fire wards and fire companies ; to regulate and ef- 
teblifh the fize of bricks that are to be ufed in the homes to be 
built in the city ; to erect and regulate pumps in the ftreets, lanes 
and alleys; to impofe and appropriate fines, penalties and for- 
feitures, forthe breach of their bye laws or ordinances ; to lay 
an i collect taxes, not exceeding two dollars in the hundred 
pounds in any one year, except as is before excepted ; to enatf 



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bye -laws for the prevention arr.l extinguishment of fires ; and 60 
pa^s all ordinances rieceffary to give effecl and operation to all 
the powers refted in the corporation of the city of "Baltimore i; 
provided, that the bye laws or ordinances of the laid corporation 
jfhall be in no wife obligatory upon the perfons of not*, refidents of 
the laid town, being citizens of this llate, unlefs-in cafes of in- 
tentional violation of bye- laws or ordinances prcvioufly promuff 
gated; all the fines, penalties and forfeitures, imposed by the 
ordinances of the corporation of the city of Baltimore, if the 
exceeding twenty doPars, Hull be recovered before a tingle ma- 
giftrate, as fmall debts are by law recoverable ; and if fuch 
fines, penalties and forfeitures, do exceed the fum of twenty dol- 
lars, then to be recovered by acftion oldebt in Baltimore county 
court, in the name of the corporation, and for the ufe of the city 
of Baltimore. ' 



Geographical Defcription of 

BALTIMORE. 

BALTIMORE, the larger! and m oft fiburimirig commerci- 
al city in the (late of Maryland, is fituated in a county of 
its own name, and on the N. VV. branch of Patapfco river. It- 
extends from Harris's creek on the S. E. until it reaches a branch 
ot the weftern or main branch of the Patapfco, at Ridgely's 
Ccwc. It is divided into two parts by Jones's falls, or the 
norm weftern branch, over which there are three wooden brid- 
ges. In the city the flreets extend from E. to VV. along the 
N. fide of the bafon, and thefeare again interfered by others at. 
right angles, extending N. from it ; except a few which run in 
dileient direction! At Fell's Point the flreets alio in 
genera] extend from E to W. and are crofTed by others at right 
angles ; but immediately on the Point there are few which run 
in various directions, as circumfLmces would admit of. On 
the E. fide Jones's Falls, there are fome which extend parallel to 
it, and vary their courfe from the former. The number of ft reefs 
lanes and alleys, are about 130; but feveral of theie are yet 
without a building. The buildings are principally placed be- 
tween Howard's -ftreet and the Falls. The main ftreet is 80 
feet wide, and extends from E. to VV. about three quarters of a 



mile ; and is called Baltimore ft eet. Pratt, Water, Second, 
an I Kail tirects, have i keiame direction, and are from 40 to 60 
feet Wide. Thefe are interfered, at right angles- by Market- 
ftreet, ijoicet wide, Frederick, Gay ( ,Sa»ith, Calvert ;. Char }es# 
Hanover, an J Ho.r<i;d-ft»eet, which are horn 06 to So jfeffl 
wide, an i ompaftly built. Taeie are others partly built, as 
Holliday hVeet, 100 feet wide, where the new Theatre fta 
Lov. >t. i\t ill's la'.c, 33 feet wide, <xc. T fie ; ublic 

Jailjl htt-houfes, a poor houiey 
which ftand on l »e N. W. fi le ol the towja ; befides tju;ee bapkc, 
an ex . • • a already mentioned. Thefe L 

privy Maryland nanus in South i 

between Wainut-ftreet and Lovely lane; and wa^ inco'rpo 
in 1 791.- lis ca >ital is 500,000 dollars. The branch banjc of 

tcs ftan is at t e ca 1 ond and S. ; 

ftreeis. The Bah i n ore Bank it an is in Baltimore ilrcft, i\u. 
1 J4. Tiie co.ii t-houie is a brick building erected upon an 

. in ti N. en 1 of Calvert itreet. \i^ tits next fqua 
little to the N. W. is the j til. The houses ior ; 
are eleven, viz. one for Epifcopallans, one ioi 
bnefor German Lutherans, one for German Caivit 

le -Reformed Germans, one fo sor lJlew-Q^a 

one for Baptifts, one tor Roman Cathodes, and I ■<> for 
1 10 ilisi one of ivhich (lands at FellVPoint. T:;e Prefbyterj- 
(lands'in Eaft-fbeet, lias a hanHome portico, an is 
. s pillars in front. It is well fir.jih is one 

int-churche: in America. T 1 s> Sis num- 

bered in 177 were 1,955 ;"abput 1.200 oftheTe, tee in tie 
to vn, and the refl a Fell's Point. The mimfyeri pt heufesat 
preient is aboni 3500; t he greateft pa rui't'.e'.c are brick and 
in . 13 me and elegant. The number oi 1 

hoiiies is about 1-0, chfefly placed communis to the 1 a ■ ". p] ; 
andi e number oi inhabitants, according to the Qfni^s taken in 

1, was 13,7:58, of whom 1,255 were llav\sr but ■ 
be far (hort o! 1 The ononis on iheS. 

o\ t e town, in which the water at common ti e 8 to 

9-feetdeep. The harbor at Fell's point is.' 
m'tmipso 500 tons burthen. The tituatfon of parte! the town 
, an J was unhealthy until a large maruS was reclaimed 
about 27 years ago; fince which time, the towo has been 
as healthy as any on er in the Una >;/], 

formerly was, there is a market fyace ijoic.t wide, which v e- 
have mentioned above ; on each fide is a row oi' buildings witki 

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■fhc market houfe in the centre. Perhaps the increafe ofhoufes, 
and coivequently of fmoke, together with the improvements 
which have been made in paving the ftreets, and keeping the :i 
clean, may alio have contributed in rendering it io heaiti-y. 
The articles manufactured here are fugar, rum, tobacco, fnu*f, 
cordage, paper, wool and cotton cards, nails, laddies, boots, 
fhoes, (hip building in all its variousbrancr.es ; befidesa varie- 
ty of other articles. Within 18 miles of the town, there are 50 
capital merchant mills, one powder mill, and two paper mills, 
befixles feveral furnaces and two forges. Twelve of the merchant 
mills, are within four miles of the town, on Jones : s Falls, and 
four others are aboat the fame diftancc, on two other itreiime. 
Alining thetowuisa large mill, with four pair ct 1tor:es, fix 
feet n .iiameter, which can manufacture 140 barrels of Hoar tach 
day. About two miles W. of the town is another large mill 
belonging to Meflrs, Ellicotts, with four pair of ftones, feven 
feet aiameter, capable of manufaclxtriBg 150 barrels of flour in 
a day ; the water courfe is about a mile in length, one third part 
of which is cut out of the folid rock ; in this diftance the water 
gains 65 fe:t fall. The rapid encreafe of Baltimore has even fur- 
prie-aits friends ; and it now ranks as the third commercial port 
an the union. There were belonging toit in 1 790, 27 fhips, 1 
Ihow, 31 brigintmes, 3^.fchooners and 9 (loops; total, 102 
VeflHsj containing 13,564 tons. In the year ending the lafU. ay 
of D-ccnber 1797, the flapping amounted to 59,837 tons. 
Therx'joris in 1990, amounted 102,027,770 dollars, and the 
imports -to >, 945, 899 — balance in favour of Baltimore 81,97! 
do da >. In the year ending- September 1794 the export* 
amounted to 5, 94,248 dollars ; audio 1798, ending Septem- 
ber 30th, to I2,ooo ; ooo and upwards. Mr. Morfe in hit 
Gazetteer, fays of Baltimore; " in lize it is the fourth, and 
cj ri'ncrce the fith in rank in the United States." On what au- 
thority he makes the fnit part of his publications we know mot. 
in looking into his own obierrations, we findhe contradicts him- 
felfj for he allorc s a greater population to Charleston, which, 
when tUe cenfus was taken in 1791, was the fourth infize; and 
coMtained about three thoafana people more than Baltimore. 
We believe Baltimore has, lince that period, encreafed more in 
wealth and population, than any town in the United States ; but 
whether it exceeds Charleftoii in population, at the prefent day, 
he ha* no authority we prefume, for laying it ; became no. cenfus 
was taken fince 1791, and therefore it muit be, with him, mere 
conjecture. With refpeft to his aflerting it is " in commerce 
the tilth in rank in die United States; ' he in this difcovers either 



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a want of recollection, or a total ignorance of tie fubject. In 
looking over the ex. orts of the Un i tidied by Mr. 

Coxe, commiiuonerof the revenue. In 1796, for five years 
ending September 30th, 1 ;yj, we fin.:, in a commercial vie-.-, 
Penniylvania ranks firft, New-York fecontf, Mailachufetts 
third, Maryland fourth, and South-Carolina nith. Maflac 
feus has morefea ports than anyftatein the union, from which , 
commerce is carried on with foreign countries. Theie necej 
ly iefien the exports of Bofton, to'thal we find in 1 7 >4? Balti- 
more exported U) the amount of 2,51^,545 dollars more than 
Boil >n, and 1,4^.7,856 ciolla.s more than O.arlcflor., the exports 
of which excce,:e.i Bofton 1.064.. 689 dollars; yet Bofton lie 
ranks as t'.c third commercial town in the union. Perhaps, he 
will , in the next editi jazetteer, make another advance 

towards truth, and rla:e Baltimore in its proper rank, as the 
third commercial city in the United States. It is peopled trom 
various parts of the union, and from inherent countries in Lu- 
roj e. T: e inhabitants by mixing together in a focial and friend- 
ly manner, have a politen-fs li\ their addrefs and converiaiion, 
which renders them pleaianl and agreeable companions. It 
contains more men of wealth or of probity, in commercial 
tran. actions, in ] roporlion to its population, than any oi the 
feaport-towns in the union. Tins is demonftrable from its ex- 
ports beiig greater than either Bolton or Charlefton, each of 
who'e population was more numerous in 1791. Its exports are 
much larger in proportion to its population, than either Phila- 
delphia or New York ; for if population be the ftandard of wealth, 
each of the'e cities ought to ex ; orttwice the amount that Balti- 
more does. Tnis realbning is obvious, and proves what we 
have ftated; that Baltimore poffeffes a larger proportion of men 
of wealth, pr of brobity in commeraial ah'airs, than any of the 
feaport towns, as its trade is fo much greater in proportion to its 
population^ for it is felf- evident that all commercialtranfacliens, 
are tarried on oy means either of wealth or of.credit, which Islft 
is founded on probity and punctuality ; anci when t! ecom: 1 
of a peo r le furpafles the ordinary pro; ortion, it is of itfelf a 
proof that they poiTefseiihtr 01 e or other of tLefe in a great 
d?^ree. 

Baltimore was incorporated, and declared a city, by an a& 
pf the legislature of Maryland, paffe^ on ri;e 3111 day of De- 
cember 1796. It is governed by a mayor; arrd city council, 
eoniiiling oftwo branches. The ftrft branch is compi fed oi 
two members from each ward ; at prefent there are fixteen 
members in this branch. The fecond branch contiils of eigr* 



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members; A member of the full branch mv.il be twenty one 
$ears i citizen oi the United States, three years refident 

ilti nore before his election, and rated on the afTeflbrs books 
atone thoafan J dollars. The voters for this branch mail have 
tne line qualifications^, as thoie who vol-' for members of the 
General AlTembly of Maryland. The election is annual, and 
made viva voce. A; member of I id branch mull be. 

2 j years of age, a citizen of the United States, lour years 
in the city previous to his election, and rated on the 

i s books at two thoufand collars: The members of this 
i ara chofen every econ I year^ by the full brand). The 
m ,.;.):• who is eleeled by the firft branch alio, continues in office 
ixv > years* muft be twehty five • 'ears ot age; ten years a citi- 
zen or the United States. and five years a refident of the place 

e his election, His ialary is fixed by an ordinance of t ,e 

oration ; lait year it was two noafana four hundred dollars. 
He appoints all officers of the corporation ^the fecond branch in 
ca'c ot a vacancy, nominates tfc'o citizens, cne of whom the 
mayor commimons. Baltimore is jc miles N. E. of Washing- 
ton city, 176 ,. of Richmond, ana jo2 S. VV. by 
VW of- Philadelphia. Eat. $','■ 18. N. Lon. 1. 35. YV.- 

[Scott's Univerfal Gazetteer.] 



Omcers of the Internal Revenues. 

OF THE 

UNITE D STATES, 

WITH THEIR RESPECTIVE DISTRICTS A>'D SURVEYS'. 

DISTRICT of New-I-lampfhire— Jofhua Wentworth, fu- 
pervifor. 

Vermont— Nathaniel Brufh, (upervrfor. 

Mafiachufetts — Jonathan Jackfon, fuj ervifor. lfl. furvoy, 
John Frothinghanv 2 1. i'urvey, John Brooks. 3d. furvey, 
Ebenezer Storer, injector. 

Rho.ie Id md — Jofrn S. Dexter, fir; ervifor. 

Co -iiecYicul— Jo n Cheiler, fupervi'or. 

New York —Nicholas Fun, fupervifor. 

New Jerfey — Aaron Duniiam, fuu.ervifor. 



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Pennsylvania — Henry Miller, funervifor. ifr. furvey, Witt. 
Nicholls, infpector. 2.!. furvey, John Boy 1, infpeclor. 3d 
fuivey, h.dward Hand. 4th furvey* John Neville. 

Delaware — George Truilt, furervifar. 

Maryland John Kilty, fuj ervifor. ad. Survey, Philip 

T.10 ; a • r. 3d furvey, WiHiara Richardfon. 

ginia— Edward Carrington, fupervifor. ill. furvcy, W. ■ 
F. Gaine, infpeclor. 2,1 furvey, Edward Stephens. 3 1 fur- 
vey,. IVayoCarringron. 4th fuivey, James Gibbon, jth fur- 
vey, Edward Smith. 6th furvey, James M'Dowell, ' 

Ohio — Ja nes Morrifon, fupervilbr. 2.!. furvey, Ebenezer 
Sj.roat, infiector, 

North Carolina — William Polk, fupervifor. 1 ft furvey, 
Thomas Overton, infpeclor. ad. furvey, Hardy Murfree. 3 i. 
furvey, William Polk. 4th fuivey, John Wliitaker. 5th fur- 
vey Daniel M f Kiflack. 

South Carolina — Daniel Stephens, fupervifor. ad. furvey, 
Benjamin Cud north, infpeclor. 3d. furvey, John Trotter. 

Georgia — John Vathev. s fupervifor. 

Byfundry ac1sofCongrefs,the Prefidentisauthorifed tomalw- 
fuch difcretionary allowances to the officers of the internal re- 
venues, as he fhall deem reafonable ; not exceeding a fixed 
limit. 

All thefe branches of revenue are under the direction and 
fuperintendance of the Commimoner of the Revenue. 

All public accounts are fettled by the Auditor and Comp- 
troller. 



FEDERAL COURTS- OF LAW. 

The Supreme Courts 

At the feat of Government the firt .Mondays in February and 

Auguft annually. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 
E<;p r» ' irruit 
For New Hampshire, on the 19th of- May, and on the ad of 
November, at Portfmouth and L>.eter. 
Vermont, at Windforand Bennington alternately, the ift 

of May and 3d of October, annua 
MaQachufetts, at Bolton on the lit oi June, and 20th of 

October. 
Rho-'e Ifland, on the 1 jjlh of June, and on the 15th of 
November, at.Newport and Providence. 



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Cormeclficut, on the 13th of April, and on the 1 7 th of Septr 
at New Raven and Hartford. 

New-York, at New- York, on the ill of April and Sep- 
tember. 

Middle Cl'ntit. 
For New Jerfey, at Trenton, on the lit of April, and Ocao- 
tober. 

Pennsylvania, at Pliila Jelphia on the eleventh of April', 
anci the eleventh of October. 

Delaware, atNewcafHe, on the 27th of June, and at Do- 
ver on t'^e 27th of October. 

Maryland on the 7th of May, and on the 7th of November,- 
at Annapolis and Eafton. 

Virginia, at Richmond, on the 22d of May & November. 

S'uthem Circuit. 
For North Carolina, at Wake court houfe, or at Raleigh, the 
fir ft of June, and 3 , th of November. 
South Carolina, on the 6th of May, and the 25th of Oc- 
tober at Charleston. 
Georgia, on the 20th of April, and the 8th of November, 
at Savannah and Augufta. 
Cy*When any of the above fixed days happen to be Sunday, the 
Monday following the court is opened. 



DISTRICT COURTS. 

In Main DiflriW. 

At Portland the third Tuefday in June, and firft in December : 

And at Pownalborough the fit It in March and September^ 

In Xeto HampjJjir?, 
At Portfmouth the third Tuefday in March and Septe mber, and 
at Exeter the third in June and December. 



TV; ferment. 

At Windfor aad Rutland, the fi: ft Mondays in February and 
Auguft, ana the firft in May ana November. 

In Mnffathufetts. 
At Safe -n the third Tuefday in March, and the fecond in Sep- 
tember, an I at Bofton the fourth Tuei'day in June, and the 
firil in Decen^ber. 



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In Rhodr JJland. 

At.Nev. por.t-and Pioridence, thefirft Monday in February an* 

Auguft, and the firft in May and November. 

I > Connect i ■ t 

At Newhaven the third Tuefday in February and Augi.ft, ami 

at Hartford thc^Iiird in May and November. 

In New fork. 

At New York, the firft Tuefday in February, May, Auguft, 
and November. 

In New y rfey. 

At Burjington, the firft Tuefday in February and Auguft, and 
at New Brunfwick thcfiifl in May and November. 

Iv Pennfylvaniu. 

At Philadelphia on the third Monday in February, May, Au- 
guft and November. 

In D do re ore. 

At Dover, the fourth Tuefday in February and Augi.ft, and at 
Newcaftle the fourth in May and November. 

In Ma- yland. 

At Eafton, the firft Tuefday in March and fecond hi September, 
and at Baltimore the Jrft in June and December. 

In Virginia. 

At Williamfburgh, the third Tuefday in March and Septena- 

ber, and at Richmond the third in June and December. 

In North Care Una. 

•At Newbern, the firft Monday in January, April, July and 
October. 

In South Carolina. 

At Charlefton, the third Monday in March and September, the 

Erilin July, and the iecond in December. 

Li Georgia. 

At Augufta, on the fecond Tuefday in November, and at Sa- 
vannah, the fecond ia February, May and Auguft. 



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In Kentucky. 
.At Frankfort, on. the fecond Monday in March, third in Jure 
and November. 
Exclufiveof the above mentioned ftatcd courts, the diftrict 
Judges have power toliold fpecial courts in their refpetfive dif- 
. tricls, at their diicretion. 



Genera/ Pop-Office 
ESTABLISHMENT 



Office kept in Philadelphia, at No. 34, South 
Front -Street. 

JOSEPH HABERSHAM, .Peft-Mafter General, falary 
2^4-CO dollars. 

ROBERT PATTON, Poft- Matter, Philadelphia. 



6 


From 30 to 60 miles 


8 


10 


ico to 1 JO 


I2j 


»5 


too to 450 


17 


so 


3joto4jo 


22 


'5 







RATES of POSTAGE. 

Single letters carried by land, for any diflance. 
Cents. Cents, 

Not exceeding 30 miles 
From 60 to ico 
ijo to 2 CO 
250 to 350 

Double letters are double, and triple letters, triple €*ftlefe 
rates. A packet of the weightof one ounceavoirdnroiie weigl tat 
the rate of four iingle letters ; and in like proportion lor one of a 
greater weight. News-papers one cent eachfor anydifiar.ee not 
exceeding :ioo miles ; to any diflance in the fame .Hate when 
printed, the fame,; and 'for any greater diflance from one itate 
to another, one and a half cent. 

All letters or packets conve\ed in private veiTels four cents, 
with the addition of legal poflage, if ciefiinedto any other place 
than where inch vefiel may arrive. 



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Ail letters and packets to and from the Prefident, and Vice- 
Prefidentoi the United States ; to, and from the fecretary of the 
Treafury, the Com ptrolter, the Auditor, the Rcgilter, the com- 
rnirfioner of the Revenue, the Treafurer, the Secretary of State, 

the Secretary of vVar, the Poftmafter General, his Aliiflant and 
Deputies are free of portage. An I alfqall letters and packet* 
notexceeding two ounces in weight, to and from any member 
ofCongrefs, the Secretary of the Senate, and the clerk of the 
Ilouie oi Reprefentatives, during any felfton of Congrc's, and 
twenty days after it. But no public officer can frank airy letter*, 
except his own ; and any letter enclofed to any of them, and di- 
rected to any other perfon, /hall be put into the Poft-omce, and 
be charged with the ufual poftage. 

Pamphlets and magazines, not exceeding fifty miles, one cent 
per fheet ; not exceeding 100 miles, one anda half cent ; and 
any greater diftance two cents ; er fheet. 

All letters brought to any Poll-Office half an hour before the 
making of the mail (hall be forwarded therein ; except in offices 
where the Poll Mafter General t inks longer time necelYary, 
which in no cafe fhall exceed one hour : and all thefe times io 
fixed Hull be notified to the public in one or more news-papers 
ior fix weeks enfuingfaid regulations. 

All packets or letters water borne in packet-boats, provided 
by the United States, for every (ingle letter 8 cents ; for every 
double letter \6 cents ; for every triple letter 24. cents; and for 
letter or packet brought in any private vefTe] 4 cents ; 
if delivered at the place where the veiled arrives; and if directed 
to any other- place, the additional legal poftage. If any Poft- 
mafter, or other under him demand more than the legal pottage, 
he (hall forfeit for inch offence 100 dollars, and be rendered in- 
capable of future trull. 

The mailer or commander of every velTel arriving in the Uni- 
ted States, ilia.ll deliver to the Poltmafter at the port where he 
arrives all Utters under his care ; except inch as are directed io 
the owner or confignee, or directed to be delivered at the port 
where the vefTel arrives; for which he fhall receive from tie 
Poflmafler or deputy, 1 cents for each letter and packet. — Any 
perfon that fhall fet up a horfe poll or ftage waggon, or 1 acket 
boat on any route by landor water, where regular communica- 
tion has been ellabliihed by Congrefs-; and lhall receive any 
letter or packet other than news papers, magazines or pamphlets, 
or letters directed to the owner of the conveyance, or to the 
perfon to whom any packet on board is direfled, fliall forfeit 
iity dollars, M 



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Way letters fhall be received, if prefented more .than two 
miles from a Poll Office, and delivered at the nift office, iiibje<3 
to an additional rate of one cent; letters direcled to perlons 
living between Poft offices fhall be delivered where directed, fub- 
jecl to the addition of two cents for the ufe of the carrier; unlefs 
the receipt and delivery of letters on the way, in the opinion of 
the Poll IV! after General, be incompatible with the time or 
manner of carrying, or the fpeeci required* 

If any perfon in any department of the general Foft-office, 
fhall fecret, embezzle or deftroy, any letter or packet intrufted 
to him, (except in the cafe that follows) fhall be fined 300 dol- 
lars, or impriioned.Gx months, or both, according to the ag- 
gravation of the offence-; and if faid letter or paeket contain a 
bank note, bill of exchange, warrant of the treafury, affign- 
ment of {lock, letters of attorney to receive annuities or dividends 
to fell flock, or to receive the intertit thereof, letter of credit. 
bond, warrant, draft, bill or promifibry note whatfoever, f r 
payment of money; or he {hall take any of thefe articles 
out of a letter or packet, on conviction, he fhall fuller death. 

Every printer of a newspaper may fend one paper to a bro- 
ther news printer within the United Stales freeoi poftage. — Eve- 
ry printer or other perfon, who fhall conceal a letter or other 
memorandum in writing in a news paper, or package of paper*, 
fhall be liable to a fine of 5 dollars. And if any of the perfons 
employed in the department of the Poft office, mail detain, de- 
lay, embezzle, or deftroy any newspaper, magazine or pam- 
phlet, with which he (hall be entrufted, he fhall forfeit 50 dollars 
for every iuch offence. And if any Poftmafter (or other perlon) 
jfhail o ( en or permit to be opened any mail of news papers not 
direcled to his office, (unlefs it is direcled to a place where there 
is no office) fhall forfeit 30 dollais. 

Letters or packets left at any Poft-cffice to be conveyed be- 
yond lea, or to any other port of the United States by water, 
pay one cent. Letters delivered by letter carriers 1 cents at th* 
Pojt office one cent in addition;, to the common pofisge. 






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POST OFFICE, BALTIMORE* 

Eiiabli Aliment of the Mails. 

The Eastern Mail, 

Will be clofed on Sundays, at 6 o'clock P. AT. Mondays, ?.t 

6 P. M. TuefcUysi ai 7 P. M- Wednefdayr, at 6 P. M. 

Thurfdays, at 7 P. M. Fridays, at 6 P. M. 
Arrires at Baltimore, on Sundays, Tuefdajrs*, Wednefdays, 

Thurfdays, Fridays^ Saturdays, at \z o'clock, at neon. 

N. B. The Mail for the Eaftern (norc of Maryland, will be 
elofed with the Eaftern Mail", en Sundays, Tuefclays, and 
Thurfdays, and arrive wit!-) the lame Mail, on Tuefdays, Thurf- 
days, and Saturdays. 

The Southern Mail, 

Will be cljfed on Sundays, Tuefdavs, Thurfdays, at 8 o'- 
clock, P. M. 
Arrives at Baltimore on Tuefdays, Thurfdays, Saturdays, at 
4 o'clock, P. M. 

N. B. An extra Mail, will alfobe clofed for Alexandria and 
the intermediate office*, on Mondays, Wednefdays, and Fri- 
days, at 7 o'clock, P. M. and arrive Tame da)s, at 4 o'clock, 
P. M. 

The Ann* potts Mail, 

Will be clofed on Mondays. Fridays, at 7 o'clock, A. M. 
Arrives at Baltimore, on T.e'.ays, Thurl ays, Saturdays, at 

4 o'clock, P. M. 

N. B. The Mail for St. Mary's, Prince George, Calvert 
and Charles county, will arrive on Thurfdays, with the Anna- 
polis Mail on Fridays. 



C& The Mail for Frederick Town* Taney Town, Hater's 
Town, and all Poll Towns to the Weftwariin Pennfylvania, 
Kentucky and Tenneflee, will arrive on Thurfdays, at 4 o'clock 
P. M. andclofe on Fridays, at 7 o'cl -ckv A. M. 

CO" Tne Mail for York, (Penn.) Hanover, Carliiie, Lan- 
oafter, Reading, as far as Sunburyand Lewtfburg, will arrive 
0,1 WcJnefdays, at 6 o'clock, P. M. and clp^e on Fridays at 
half l-'dfl y o'clock, A.M. 



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G3r The Mail for Culpepper court houfe, by way of EFI1- 
cott's L. .Mills, Mountgomery court houfe, Maryland, Charief- 
burg, Middleburg and Fauquier court houfe, as far as Orange 
court houfe, ant! Charlotteville, will be clofed on Saturdays at 
half paft i o'clock, P. M. and return on Saturdays at 1 1 o'- 
clock, A. M. Letters for Leeiburgh, Shepherds Town, 
Martinjburg, Whichever, and on that rout as far as Staunton 
and Greenbrier court houfe, will alfo be fent by this Mail, and 
return with the Southern Mail, on Mondays* 



%* In this advertifement is marked the times at which 
letters mil be left at the office to enfuie their going in the Mail 
of the day, as all letters are to be marked, accounts of them en- 
tered in a book, and tranicri; ts of thofe accounts made out to 
fend to the refpeetive Poll mailers. 

As there are federal places of the fame name in the United 
States, the merchants and others are requefled to be very particu- 
lar in the direction of their letters ; diftirguifhing the States, and 
where it would othenviie be doubtful, the counties, in which 
thofe places are fltuated. And when letters are not for a poft- 
town, the nearefl poll -town to the place ought to be mentioned. 

The Philadelphia and Alexandria Stages, 

"Leaves the Fountain Inn, Baltimore, every day, 
Sundays excepted, at the following hours, viz. 

The Coachce for Philadelphia, ftarts precifely at 4 o'clock, 
A. M. and v. ill arrive the next day by 10, A. M. and the 
ftage for Alexandria will ftait at 6 o'clock, A. M. every day, 
and arrive tire fame evening at 6 o'clock. The price for each 
paflenger to Alexandria, is 4 dollars, with an allowance of 25 
lbs. baggage. The Coachee, the ufual price of 8 dollars for 
each paflengcr with an allowance of ijlbs baggage. The heavy 
itage willftartas ufual from captain Sear's tavern, ia Baltimore, 
at 6 o'clock, on Mondays, Wednefdays, and Fridays, and 
arrive at Philadelphia the next day in the afternoon, at the ufual 
price of 6 dollars, with an allowance of 21 los. baggag*. 



The Baltimore and Alexandria Mail-Stage?*, 

Leave the Indian Queen, Baltimore, every morning, Sun- 
day excepted, at 5 o'clock, and arrive at Alexandria, at 4 
in the afternoon. The Accommodation Coachee, will leave 
the Indian Queen, Baltimore, every Sunday, Tuefday aad 



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Thurfiay, at 6 o'clock in the morning, and arrive at the place 
of deftination by 6 o'clock in the afternoon. Fare for pen- 
gers, Three dollars and fifty cents, with an allowance of 30 wU 

•of baggage. 

York town Stage, 

Starts from I ^Y Otto's, North Gay ftreet, every 

Friday, at 10 o'clock, A M. 



French-town Picket, 
Starts from Bowley's wharf, at the fouth end of South ftreer, 
every lay at 9 o'clock, precifely, Saturdays excepted, and pro- 
ceeds to French tow n 3 where a carriage receives the pafiengers 
fcnd carries them toNeu' Gallic ; from which they proceed by 
water to Philadelphia. The route is mod commonly performed 
in two days. 



Che (ler town Packet, 

Sets oT from Bowleg's wharf every Satmday at 9 o'clock. 

Annapolis Packet, 
Commonly ftarts from Cheapfide, at the fouth end of Calvert 
. on Sundays about nine o'clock in the morning, and pro- 
to Annapolis. T ; :e rout is generally performed from i* 
hours toa day, the diflance being about %% miles by water. 



*§r PUBLIC OFFICES WHERE KEPT, AND 
BY WHOM. 

The CfiftortlhBufe is kept in Water ftreet, .it No. 39, — Robert 
Purviance, collector. 

ice of Notary Public and Infurance Broker, Ve>. t by 
George P. Keeports, at 33, South itrcet. 

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Cilice of Infurance, kept by Francois de Btok, at 40 South 
•(licet. 

u:e of Notary Public, kept nas Donaldfon, •' 

; ithGay l\ Ml 



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Maryland Infurance oftice — James Carey, prefi::enr> 26. Wa- 
ter ilreet. 

Marine Infurance OrBce, 16 South flreer, Hercules Court- 
nay, broker. 



MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Elias Boudinot, director, "fsftary 2000 dolls, per annuila. 
Henry 'Voight, chiet coiner, 'alary 1500 dolls. 
Benjamin Ruth, treasurer, iala&y lioo dolls. 
Jofeph ccott, engiaver, {alary 1200 dolls. 

Coins of the United States ef.ahl JJ?ed ly law. 
GOLD COINS. 
J . 0; value 10 dolls. weight 270 grs. ftandard Gold, 

Quar. Eagle, a \ 67; 

Standard Gold is eleven parts {mie and one alloy. 

SILVER COINS. 

Dollar, value 10 Dimes, weight 416 grs. flandaid Silver. 
Half dollar, 5 2cS 

Quarter dollar, 2§ 104 

)i e 10 Cents 41 and 3-jt 1 s. 

Half dime 5 iz and 4-jths. 

Stan lard Silver is 14.S5 parts pure and 1 79 alloy. 
A pound of pure Gola is valued at fifteen pounds of pure 
Silver. 

T:>e Gold and Silver coins of Great Britain and Portugal of 
their preferit ftandard, attheratebf eighty-nine certs ior one 
•/:■ eight ; and thofe of France and S ain at the rate of eigh- 
ty feven cents for one pennyweight ; the S r anifh milled col- 
lar, weighing not lefs than feveritecn pennyweights and feven 
grains, at one hundred ce its ; and the crowns of France? Con- 
taining not lefs than eight 

at 110 Cents, b.;t at t v j expiration of three years after the 
coining o\ Gold-and SL.-cr (hall commence at the Mint oi the 
Uairei States, al foreign era s will by law ceafe from being a 
] ' • . an i parts the 

• lialf ct rrts to 

*lue of jo,coq , all othej 



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per coin* are forbHden. taltyof tea d&llars, and 
the forfeit ireofthe | 

B .' »fCocgrefs , h of 'February; 1793, all 

rn Silver. j aiLS 

r the payment of debts after 
the i^iofOelojer, 17673 and all foreign Gold < ,v aiterthc 
3ifl of July, 1 

Ruleifor Redu is bf the dhl.T- 

ent S.ai^s i 

ift. To reduce the cu Hampshire, Mafia- 

. 
a, to ! t g ?en .. 13* 

part 1 . vof. 

°f P« • Newijerfey, Delaware and Maryland, 

u • .. 
Of South Carolina and Georgia from 1 fum fubtracl 

2-91:16 thereof. 

On the ry. 

2d. To reduce New -York and North Carolina, into New- 
Hampftiire, Maffachufetts, K a , Connecticut and 

given fum, deducl 1-4 ■ ■ ■: r.-.vo '. 

are and v ar 
tie fum given, deducl 1-1. ;th ; ereof. 
Imo South ( and Georgia to the fum giveo, add 1 6th 

and then take half oi the whole. ! 

pt-Jerfey, Delaware and 
.. e-Ifland, 
Lit and Virginia, from the fum given d< lucl i-jth there* 
of. 

Into New- York and North Carolina, to the fum given add 
i-ijt/i thereof. 

>uth Carolina and Georgia, multiply by 3 a«d 1 9th, 
tvide the product by 3 ; or aiultij ly by 28 ana divide by 
45- 

4Ui, TorecuceSouthC; few Ham- 

Rhode-lflahd, Conneoiait and Virginia, 
, ad 2 ; : 

1m - ilaware and Maryland, 

muli: • 

I (lt C .i..,;,:: from the given fum fub- 

tratf 1 71 \, and double I 



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TABLE 



Shcwingthe ralue of any number of Pounds, Shillings, and Pence, 
from td, to loool. of the currencies of New-Jerfey, 
Penafylvania and Maryland, in Dollars and Cents. 



d. 

1 

r» 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 
S 

9 

10 



C. 
i 



4 ] 
5 
7 
8 

9 

'O 

i l 

1 I 12 

I 13 

1 J 14 

2 J 15 

»7 

18 

*<? 

20 
21 

22 

*3 
24 

»5 

27 

|28 



s, d. 

2 7 

2 8 

2 9 

2 10 

2 1 I 

3 o 
3 « 

3 ^ 
3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

j3 « 
1 3 9 
J 3 10 
'3H 
o 
1 



C. 

54 



39 

30 

32 
33 



4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 

'1 

I 4 
4 



35 I 5 
37 I 5 
33 I 5 
39 I 5 
40 
4i 
4* 
43 
44 



45 5 



4 JO 
4 u 

Li o 



47 
4 b 

49 

I 50 

51 

52 
53 

54 
55 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
<fi 
63 

i 64 

I ^7 



d. ! 
1 



7 
8 

9 

10 

1 i 

o 

2 
3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
1 1 
o 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



68 

^9 
70 
71 
72 



74 
75 
77 
7« 
79 
80 
81 

S2 

83 
84 
85 

b 7 

Sd 

89 

9° 
9 1 
9^ 

93 
94 
95 
97 
9 3 

99 

ICO 



I. 


s. 


d. | 


Dols. Cts. 





7 


6 




too 





l S 





2 







7 


6 


2 


33 


I 








2 


67 


2 








5 


33 


3 








8 




4 








10 


67 


5 








13 


33 


6 








16 




7 








18 


66 


8 








21 


33 


9 








24 




10 








26 


67 


1 1 








29 


33 


12 








3^ 




13 








34 


6? 


H 








37 


33 


»J 








39 


99 


16 








42 


67 


17 








45 


33 


18 








48 




J 9 








50 


67 


20 








53 


33 


*5 








66 


67 


50 








»33 


33 


100 








266 


67 


200 








533 


33 


300 








800 




400 








1066 


67 


500 








1 1333 


33 


, 1000 








\ 2666 


67 



[ 14' ] 

CONTENTS. 

THE names, occupations and places of abode of 
the Citizens of Baltimore, and its precincts, 

arranged in alphabetical order, - - page i 
Supplement to the Directory, - - 76 

A lid: of the {beets, lanes and alleys of the 

city of Baltimore, 77 

Conititution of the United' States with all 

the Amendments, - . 33 

A general abitracl: from the revenue Laws, 97 
Of the duty of the owners or consignees of 

goods, ... i 0o 

Of the duty of the officers of cuftoms, 101 

Of the payment of duties, &e. - xoj 

Of the manner in which goods mud be im- 
ported, - 103 
Cuflomhoufe fee?, &c. - - 104 
Duties payable in Gold coins* - 105 
Rates of Coins for eftimating duties, 105 
Duties impofed on the tonnage of veflels, 106 
Drawbacks & bounties, - - 107 
Government of the United States, - 112 
Judiciary Department of the UnitedJStates, 115 
Judges of the Baltimore County court, - 115 

of the Baltimore Criminal court, - 115 

Magifhates of the City of Baltimore, - 115 
judges of the Orphans court, - 116 

State regiflators for Baltimore County, - 116 
Senators, for Do* . . 116 

Banks, - - - 1 16 

Members of the Corporation of the City of 

Baltimore, &c. - - - 116 

Extract from an ordinance to preferve the 

health of the City, pafltd Feb.. %i % 1799. \\% 



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Fxtraft from an Ordinance Faffed April 
nth, 17 .. - . in 

trad from an acl: to erect Baltimore town 
in Baltimore county into a city,&c. palled in 
the General AfTembly of Maryland, the 31ft 
day of December, 1796, - - jzi 

A geographical description of Baltimore, if 4 
Officers of the internal revenues of the U. 
States, - - - 128 

Federal Courts of law, - - 129 

Diftrict Courts, - - 13P 

General Pofb office E&abfiflarnent, - 13a 
Pott-office Baltimore, Eftabliffiment of the 
Mails, - - 135* 

Stages and Packets, where the ftart from, 136 
Public offices where kept and by whom, 137 

Mint of the United States, - 138 ; 

Rules for reducing the currencies of differ- 
ent States into each other,. - - 139 

A table changing (ierling money into Fede- 
ral, &c. ... 140 
Contents, - - 141 



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more pariiculary in this city \ where a great part of 
the houses ivere not numbered ; this it is hoped a 
generous public will allow of and attribute the 
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Any Removals or Omissions that may have taken 
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In the title there are mentioned a few articles 
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.substituted, Extracts from the city Ordinances of 
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